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Besides, in an otherwise regular iambic pentameter, the poet also exploits a variation of accents to create a noticeable rhythm. For that matter the line 6 in the sonnet shows no distinctive alternation of the short syllables and the long syllables. The expressions “precious friends hid” and “dateless night” show a matching stress.
The poet has also used assonance to add melody to the sonnet. For instance, the ‘e’ sounds in “When to the sessions” and “summons up remembrance” in the first two lines. The other particular thing that makes one appreciate the technical mastery of the poet is that he creates a sense of balance in the sonnet by linking enjambment in the 10th line of the sonnet with caesura in the 5th line.
In Sonnet 29 one really feels sympathetic and sorry for the poet as he confesses that he lacked in the qualities required to be materialistically successful. However, the amazing thing is that the poem ends with the positive idea that sincere relationships can extend happiness and worth to an otherwise unsuccessful life.
In the line 10 -12, the poet makes use of simile as he compares his depressed mental condition to a lark. This indeed enhances the dramatic element in the sonnet. Similarly the poet while saying “trouble def heaven” uses personification to convey his spiritual agony. Thereby, the Sonnet 29 is particularly rich in symbolism and allegorical implications.
It is a well contrived sonnet primarily relying on a masterful use of sound patterns to achieve impact. The iambic pentameter in this particular sonnet throughout remains consistent. This consistent use of iambic pentameter when matched with an abrupt use of the literary device called ‘turn’ amply enhances the overall appeal of the poem. In this sonnet Shakespeare makes a skillful use of the tone and the diction to make
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