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"When in eternal lines to time thou growst." - Explain./"Nor shall death brag thou wand'rest in his shade." - Explain./"So long men can ... gives life to thee."---/Comment on the couplet. | HS English Suggestion 2023 WBCHSE

Higher Secondary English Suggestion 2023

HS English Suggestion 2023 WBCHSE

Poem

Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?

– William Shakespeare

 

Q:- "When in eternal lines to time thou growst." - Explain./"Nor shall death brag thou wand'rest in his shade." - Explain./"So long men can ....... gives life to thee."--/Comment on the couplet.

Ans:- The above lines are adopted from the sonnet "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?" by William Shakespeare.

    Literature has the greatest power to reserve. Through the sonnet, the poet tries to sing the eternal glory of his friend. He compares the beauty of his friend to the beauty of summer in order to set up his friend's beauty permanently.

    But he is also aware of the power of death. His friend can't escape death physically. So he tries to make his friend immortal through poetry. Death is always unable to make literature his slave. He believes that his friend will enjoy the timeless existence. The words "eternal lines" and "this" are used to point out the powerful poetry. The readers will read the poem and make his friend and his friend's beauty immortal.

According to him, time as well as death will be unable to tell upon his friend's beautiful youth as his beauty is written in the sonnet which will give him life forever.

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