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William Shakespeare's sonnets are responsible for some of poetry's most enduring phrases. Lines such as William Shakespeare's sonnet 18's "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day..." have become universally known whilst other Shakespeare sonnets have become favorites with lovers and poets alike.

Text: Craig, W.J., ed. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. London: Oxford University Press: 1908.

I.-XXV. ( 1-25 )

XXVI. -L. ( 26-50 )

LI.-LXXV. ( 51-75 )

LXXVI.-C. ( 76-100 )

CI.-CXXV. ( 101-125 )

CXXVI.-CLIV. ( 126-154 )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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