Sonnet 130 by William Shakespeare

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A lesson plan exploring the poem Sonnet 130; asking students to look at the language and form Shakespeare uses; and explain why the sonnet goes against the traditions of courtly love poetry.Matt Posner: A lesson plan that first specifies students being seated as an intended outcome. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anal_retentivenessThe lesson plan writer knows how to teach Sonnet 130 "My lover's eyes are nothing like the sun" talking about the subversion of the standard literature of courtly love; and this is a usable lesson plan. The UK jargon is not really a noticeable obstacle.

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