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Shakespeare's Sonnets
The Complete Guide
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Shakespeare's Sonnets[edit]

The Complete Guide[edit]

Shakespeare's sonnets
Introduction
Petrarch's and Shakespeare's Sonnets
Dedication and Characters
Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton
Sexuality of William Shakespeare
Emilia Lanier
Mary Fitton
Rival Poet
The Sonnets
I–XVII: Sonnets 1-17 or the Procreation Sonnets are written to a young man, urging him to marry and have children, thereby passing down his beauty to the next generation.
Procreation sonnets
Sonnet 1
Sonnet 2
Sonnet 3
Sonnet 4
Sonnet 5
Sonnet 6
Sonnet 7
Sonnet 8
Sonnet 9
Sonnet 10
Sonnet 11
Sonnet 12
Sonnet 13
Sonnet 14
Sonnet 15
Sonnet 16
Sonnet 17
XVIII–CXXVI: Most of them are addressed to a young man expressing the poet's love for him.
Sonnet 18
Sonnet 19
Sonnet 20
Sonnet 21
Sonnet 22
Sonnet 23
Sonnet 24
Sonnet 25
Sonnet 26
Sonnet 27
Sonnet 28
Sonnet 29
Sonnet 30
Sonnet 31
Sonnet 32
Sonnet 33
Sonnet 34
Sonnet 35
Sonnet 36
Sonnet 37
Sonnet 38
Sonnet 39
Sonnet 40
Sonnet 41
Sonnet 42
Sonnet 43
Sonnet 44
Sonnet 45
Sonnet 46
Sonnet 47
Sonnet 48
Sonnet 49
Sonnet 50
Sonnet 51
Sonnet 52
Sonnet 53
Sonnet 54
Sonnet 55
Sonnet 56
Sonnet 57
Sonnet 58
Sonnet 59
Sonnet 60
Sonnet 61
Sonnet 62
Sonnet 63
Sonnet 64
Sonnet 65
Sonnet 66
Sonnet 67
Sonnet 68
Sonnet 69
Sonnet 70
Sonnet 71
Sonnet 72
Sonnet 73
Sonnet 74
Sonnet 75
Sonnet 76
Sonnet 77
Sonnet 78
Sonnet 79
Sonnet 80
Sonnet 81
Sonnet 82
Sonnet 83
Sonnet 84
Sonnet 85
Sonnet 86
Sonnet 87
Sonnet 88
Sonnet 89
Sonnet 90
Sonnet 91
Sonnet 92
Sonnet 93
Sonnet 94
Sonnet 95
Sonnet 96
Sonnet 97
Sonnet 98
Sonnet 99
Sonnet 100
Sonnet 101
Sonnet 102
Sonnet 103
Sonnet 104
Sonnet 105
Sonnet 106
Sonnet 107
Sonnet 108
Sonnet 109
Sonnet 110
Sonnet 111
Sonnet 112
Sonnet 113
Sonnet 114
Sonnet 115
Sonnet 116
Sonnet 117
Sonnet 118
Sonnet 119
Sonnet 120
Sonnet 121
Sonnet 122
Sonnet 123
Sonnet 124
Sonnet 125
Sonnet 126
CXXVII–CLII: Sonnets 127-152 are written to the poet's mistress expressing his strong love for her, and other issues such as the young man's infidelity with the poet's mistress, self-resolution to control his own lust, beleaguered criticism of the world, etcetera.
Sonnet 127
Sonnet 128
Sonnet 129
Sonnet 130
Sonnet 131
Sonnet 132
Sonnet 133
Sonnet 134
Sonnet 135
Sonnet 136
Sonnet 137
Sonnet 138
Sonnet 139
Sonnet 140
Sonnet 141
Sonnet 142
Sonnet 143
Sonnet 144
Sonnet 145
Sonnet 146
Sonnet 147
Sonnet 148
Sonnet 149
Sonnet 150
Sonnet 151
Sonnet 152
CLIII–CLIV: Sonnets 153-154 are allegorical.
Sonnet 153
Sonnet 154
Music and Entertainment
A Waste of Shame
The Dark Lady of the Sonnets
When Love Speaks