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Title: Sonnet 30

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Subject: English
Author: Jason S
Date: November 16, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 551
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Through alliteration, legalistic vocabulary and emotions of his friend the speaker is able to convey his depression and deepest sentiment. In this sonnet, the speaker emphasizes alliteration in the first lines, "Sessions of sweet silent? I summon up? I sigh." The speaker's form of alliteration enhances the feel and rhyme and his stress of the event he is making reference to...

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This is also done through the soft "s" sound. The sound makes the tone and atmosphere of the sonnet a more relaxed feeling. Through these images the speaker uses gives the reader a sense of the mood he/ she is in, which seems to be desolate and resilient. There is a lot of legalistic and financial vocabulary that is used in the sonnet, for example," account and new pay...

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