William Shakespeare-fear no more.docx

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William Shakespeare’s poem fear no more heat uses the idea of simplistic words or rather languages to bring out the themes that are involved in the poem itself. In this poem of fear no more heat, there is the use of complex or rather complicated metaphor to show how hard someone goes through their lives until they are encountered by their deaths. The struggle that people go through as they are alive provoked the author, William Shakespeare to urge all the readers and the people in general not to be fearful and to get rid of melancholic actions that may lead to the person not to have a peaceful death. The interconnection of various words in the poem like the, “fear no more,” brings out the emphasis of various aspects in this poem. William Shakespeare in this poem of fear no more heat used some euphonic words to emphasize the serenity of towards the relevant subject that is being brought out in this poem and that is, people should have a peaceful death. The poem fear no more heat
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