Analyse: My Mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun

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Digt- og lyrikanalyse: Analyse: My Mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun

Jeg analyserer Shakespeares sonnet "My Mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun"

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The sonnet starts out on what could be described as a bit of a negative tone, “My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun.” The sun has been worshipped for eons all around the world. Is Shakespeare telling his mistress that her eyes are not worth worshipping? Or is he saying that her eyes do not fade, like the sun does before night? He then says that “Coral” is more red than her lips. Coral can be a glorious red and can be turned into beautiful jewellery. Coral is also, in the ocean, a place of extreme beauty and a source of life. Is this mistress lips not so beautiful, or is he saying that unlike coral, her lips can not be made into a jewellery of equal beauty. He says that her “breasts are dun,” in comparison to snow, in those days women went to extreme measures to look as pale as possible, and he goes on to saying that “black wires grow on her head.”... Køb adgang for at læse mere

Analyse: My Mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun

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  • 05-03-2012
    super analyse, jeg bruger opgaven som en guide til selv at analyserer disse sonnets :)
  • 10-02-2010
    god opgave, tak for det :)