Sonnet 130 literary analysis
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In Sonnet 130 he uses not so attractive things to compare his woman to, like her hair to wires, creating an image in the readers mind of a very unattractive woman, The many insults to the subject make the reader question Shakespeare's love for her, to make fun of all conventional love poems women are subjected to.
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