Poetry Study Aid : Mathew Arnold: Shakespeare

<![CDATA[<div style="text-align: justify;"> In the sonnet ‘Shakespeare’, Mathew Arnold sings the praises of Shakespeare, the greatest poet and the dramatist. Arnold commends and compliments the indeterminable and inexplicable immenseness of Shakespeare as poet and playwright which form the thematic essence of the poem. The deep and profound understanding of human minds and manners as well as intrinsically complex working of human fee...

The Sonnet : Infinite Riches In a Little Room

<![CDATA[<div style="clear: both; text-align: center;"> The Sonnet The Sonnet is a lyrical poem of 14 lines with a definite rhyme scheme. There are two types of sonnets in general the Petrarchan Sonnet and the English Sonnet popularly known as the Shakespearean Sonnet as Shakespearean was an ardent practitioner of the Sonnet form. The Petrarchan sonnet (with the rhyme scheme abba, abba, cde, cde) has two divisions: the fir...