Shakespeare Love

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William Shakespeare is the best known to modern readers as the greatest dramatist in the English language. English language is built on his five major tragedies: King Lear, Macbeth, Othello, Hamlet, and Romeo and Juliet. Let me not to the marriage of true minds is one of Shakespeare’s love poems. In this poem Shakespeare tries to define love, by stating what love is and what’s not. The first four lines of this poem, William Shakespeare who is the speaker in this poem says that love which is the marriage of true minds is immortal and unchangeable. Real love doesn’t admit impediments where it never changes even if it finds changes in the beloved person. The second four lines of the poem Shakespeare use allegory to expresses what is love. Love might looks weak sometimes, but it like a star that guides lost ships in stormy day; this is where he says “the star to every wandering bark” love will always guide you to safe side even if it’s shakable sometimes. The next four lines, the poet once more describe what love is not. Love it is not liable to time its more than a time frame. Yes, beau...

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