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Comparison of Shakespeare Poems

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Comparison of Shakespeare Poems A comparison of two Shakespeare poems My mistress' eyes are nothinglike the sun and When in disgrace with Fortune and men's eyes showsthat they are quite similar in several respects They have the same rhymescheme-abab cdcd efef gg-and the same meter-iambic pentameter which has syllables per line in the form of five pairs of syllables that alternatebetween unstressed and stressed syllables Miller Jamieson Both arealso sonnets which means that they are concerned with comparing twocontrasting ideas by juxtaposing
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