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What do you think is the most important element of drama? Why?
How did William Shakespeare's use of iambic pentameter add atmosphere and emotion to his work?
How did social and economic conditions throughout history affect people's fears of witchcraft?
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Whether in 17th-century England or 20th-century America, poets have used sonnets to express emotions, share observations, make arguments, and relay ideas.
With this set, students analyze these fourteen-line poems, grappling with the key question, “How do poets communicate their ideas through the traditional form of the sonnet?”