Sonnet 130

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<ul><li> 1. My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun(Sonnet 130)Adriana MercadoGennesys Pineda Ana Landeros</li></ul> <p> 2. My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun 3. Paraphrasing the SonnetMy lovers eyes cannot be compared to the sunEven coral has more color than her lips;Compared to snow, her breasts are insipid;Her hair is as stuff as wire.I have seen roses marked by red and whiteBut her cheeks are plain;And other aromas have a more pleasing smellThan my lovers bad breath.I love to hear her voice but I know,Music is more enjoyable than the sound of her voice; 4. Paraphrasing the Sonnet (Cont.)I have never seen a celestial being walkBut I know my lover tramples And even when my lover is exceptional Her appearance may be misrepresented 5. SOAP StoneR Occasion: Making fun of the exaggerated metaphors used by other poets 6. SOAP StoneR Audience: Other poetswho writeabout love Purpose:To show howeven though aperson hasfaults, thatdoes notchange thefeelingstowards thatperson 7. SOAP StoneRTone:Satiric/Contemptuous Style: Sonnet 14 lines Rhyming scheme abab cdcd efef gg 1 couplet 8. SOAP StoneR Rhetorical Devices: SatireMetaphor if hairs be wires, black wires grow onher head (line 4) 9. Summary of the Literary WorkIn William Shakespeares Sonnet, Mymistress eyes are nothing like the sun,Shakespeare ridicules the metaphors andforms of expression that other poets use torefer to the woman they love by conveyingthat in reality their lover has defects thatmakes her human, but yet love surpassesthose faults. </p>