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Robert Frost: Transformed the Shakespearean Sonnet and Made it His Own

   
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Title: Robert Frost: Transformed the Shakespearean Sonnet and Made it His Own
 
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In addition, the last four lines fgfg are two sentences on their own and are only linked to the rest of the sonnet through theme and context. In spite of this, these sentences in lines 11-14 can be seen as two ending couplets. This suggests that line 11 and 12 serve as the starting of Frost's main point whereby 13 and 14 serve to make the point complete...
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This suggests that line 11 and 12 serve as the starting of Frost's main point whereby 13 and 14 serve to make the point complete. As a result, although the lines of Shakespeare's sonnets and Frost's sonnets can both be said to have unanimity, the way by which each went about to create meter, rhyme and meaning were exceedingly dissimilar...
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