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Adviska Syalfadilla January 2, 2013 English (period #7) Ms. Khan Essay on Poems Around the world, literature is being used, created and expanded. Literature is indefinable and has many structures to it. It’s the highest form of writing and what all writing aspires to be. It has subtlety, complexity, depth and multiple meanings. There are many forms of literature such as short stories, novels, autobiography, poems, newspapers and countless more. Sonnet 130 by William Shakespeare and She Walks in Beauty by Lord Byron (George Gordon Byron), are love poems from the English Renaissance and Romantic period. Throughout both poems, their similarities and differences contrast and compare how each poem has their own unique usage of writing, has their own technique of figurative language and has literary elements in their poem. In Sonnet 130 , William Shakespeare describes his mistress by having vivid details and language that intends to craft mental pictures to the reader. Every line is very specific in what he wants to tell about his love. His usage of writing however, makes a reader think that he’s insulting his mistress, but we know that he does love her. Usually when you want to talk about

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