The Genre Sonnet in the Poesis of Shakespeare


Nigora Qayumova


The sonnet is one of the decorative patterns of Western poetry, and in the 16th century, a new variation of the sonnet appeared in England. Shakespeare produced quality work in this
form, which evolved from Italian poetry to English poetry. William Shakespeare, a notable example of Renaissance literature, wrote 154 sonnets that contributed to the development of the sonnet form in English literature. Shakespeare's sonnets hold a unique position in the canon of
sonnets because of their exceptional aesthetic value. The article outlines the sonnet writer's proficiency in the implementation of literary devices.


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Qayumova, N. (2023). The Genre Sonnet in the Poesis of Shakespeare. ЦЕНТР НАУЧНЫХ ПУБЛИКАЦИЙ (buxdu.Uz), 32(32). извлечено от

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