THE CONSTITUENT OF LOVE IN THE SONNETS OF SHAKESPEARE

1Vijay Bhushan , Dr. M. S. Mishra

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Abstract:

Love is one of the basic instincts of the human heart. Since times immemorial poets have sung of its joys and sorrows, pleasures and frustrations, and its ecstasies and dejections. Sexual or quixotic obsession can be very well expressed in Love poetry during the Renaissance period, however it could also dole out a range of political, social and religious ends. The present paper explores the origins and development of love element in the Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Keywords:

Admiration, creative gesture, desirability, nuptial love, platonic philosophy, poetic tradition.

Paper Details
Month1
Year2021
Volume25
IssueIssue 1
Pages655-659

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