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Shakespeare's Sonnets

William Shakespeare

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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Examining the universal and perennial topics of love, beauty, time and mortality, the 154 sonnets by William Shakespeare have been often quoted in the last 400 years since his death. The sonnets were first published in 1609, but there is hardly a language in the world into which they have not been translated.

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