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Essay#2 - Sometimes life mirrors a strange labyrinth and one may ask How should I turn Confused and awestruck with the direction to take and

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Sometimes life mirrors a “strange labyrinth” and one may ask, “How should I turn?” Confused and awestruck with the direction to take and sacrifices needed to be made, one may consider to guide oneself through the labyrinth from a different point of view. Likewise, this idea of tackling life’s labyrinth through the lens of a different perspective could be used to analyze a sonnet. In Sonnet 77 written by Mary Wroth, complex ideas and unique syntax constructs an image of a labyrinth and buries the sonnet’s main ideas. In order to dig deeper and to discover the sonnet’s buried messages, the sonnet’s unique structure and literary complexities could be analyze through the lens of the myth: Theseus and the Minotaur. State – first line uses tautology greater confuses reader but what does this stating of Explain – trhu connecting setting of labyrinth help relate and connect to myth in guiding reader through the sonnet. Help discover the hidden messages State –comma and pauses using caesura
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2011 for the course ENG 3 taught by Professor Zane during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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Essay#2 - Sometimes life mirrors a strange labyrinth and one may ask How should I turn Confused and awestruck with the direction to take and

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