Studies in Literature, Drama, and Film
Chapter 4. Race, Gender, and Class in Shakespeare’s Sonnets
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RACE, GENDER, AND CLASS IN SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS
With this key [The Sonnets] Shakespeare unlocked his heart William Wordsworth, 1827
It seems to me that the sonnets could only have come from a man deeply in love, and in love with a woman. S. T. Coleridge, 1833
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