Shakespeare’s sonnets are as timeless as his plays. Sonnet 29 discusses the speaker’s emotional rollercoaster in relation to his beloved, and how his feelings of inadequacy dominate his life without love.
Students will answer a pre-reading question, read and annotate the poem, learn about “the turn,” and respond to questions about literary devices used and the poem itself.
There is also a short response prompt (two per page), and an answer key for you!
These worksheets would be great for looking at the poem as a class, or in small groups.
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This is a printable, non-editable PDF.
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