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The Art of Seeing Invisible in Art: Shakespeare' Sonnets

magludi1

Great people have great sense of humor. Here is an example of a new interpretation of the famous Shakespeare's Sonnet 66 by Roy Neil Graves, Professor of English, The University of Tennessee at Martin. He discovered another- hidden meaning of the famous poem, which nobody has noticed before. Of course, seeing beyond what meets the eye requires a special type of vision, and interpretations of the invisible could be difficult.

Author:   magludi1  Last edited by:  magludi2  Version:  5  Language: English  Category: Poetry  Subcategory: Literature  Views: 468  Grades: 9-12

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