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2.1 Compare the texts

Sonnet 7
Sonnetform: english sonnet
Use of metaphore/simile: metaphore
Mood: he expresses his personal disappointment and weariness
Person addressed: other man (‘Whoso list to hunt’)
Sex of I-figure: male
Relationship between I-figure and person described: the hint is (probably) Anne Boleyn and he was in love with her and she was his former wife. He is a womenhunter, but without success.
Autobiographical element: thought to be about his relationship with Anne Boleyn, so it is biographical.

Sonnet 130
Sonnetform: english sonnet
Use of metaphore/simile: metaphore (‘I love to hear her speak, yet well I know That music hath a far more pleasing sound’ à comparison between the voice of the lady and music) and simile
Mood: true love: it did no matter to him that his mistress was not as pretty but only that she was on the same wavelength that he was.
Person addressed: directly to his merchants, indirectly to his lady
Six of I-figure: male
Relationship between I-figure and person described: he loved the woman he wrote about. The comparisons were mildly ironic.
Aotobiographical element: I think it is not autobiographical, because it satires the tradition of comparing one’s beloved to all things beautiful. It is not a serious poem about an experience or feeling.

Sonnet XV
Sonnetform: english sonnet
Use of metaphore/simile: metaphore
Mood: true love, happiness
Person addressed: the woman he would later marry.
Sex of I-figure: male
Relationship between I-figure and person described: he is truly in love with the woman. He thinks she is beautiful in all the ways and he admires her.
Autobiographical element: it is about his own love and how he thinks of her; it is autobiographical.

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