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Sonnets. Three Types of Sonnets. *Italian/ Petrarchan. *Spenserian. *Shakespearean. SIMILARITIES. 1. 14 lines. 2. End rhyme – last word/syllable of line. 3. Subject = Love. 4. Speaker = Man to the woman he loves. 5. Problem/Situation. 6. Turn – change in focus, thought, or attitude.

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Three Types of Sonnets

*Italian/Petrarchan

*Spenserian

*Shakespearean

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SIMILARITIES

1. 14 lines

2. End rhyme – last word/syllable of line

3. Subject = Love

4. Speaker = Man to the woman he loves

5. Problem/Situation

6. Turn – change in focus, thought, or attitude

7. Resolution – solution or acceptance of

situation

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Italian/Petrarchan Sonnet

*Francesco Petrarch (1301-1374)

*dedicated to Laura, woman he loved

*ideal of virtue & beauty

*proud

*unattainable

*indifferent to poet

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Italian/Petrarchan Sonnet Structure

1 OCTAVE (8 lines)

~ describes situation/problem

~ rhyme scheme (abbaabba)

1 SESTET (6 lines)

~ turn & resolution

~ rhyme scheme (cdecde)

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Shakespearean & Spenserian Sonnets

SIMILARITIES

3 Quatrians (4 lines)

* Problem/Situation (Q 1-2)

* Turn (Q 3)

Concluding Couplet (2 lines)

* Resolution

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Shakespearean & Spenserian Sonnets

Shakespearean vs. Spenserian

William Shakespeare

Edmund Spenser

Rhyme Scheme

Rhyme Scheme

Quatrain 1 (abab)

Quatrain 2 (cdcd)

Quatrian 3 (efef)

Couplet (gg)

Quatrain 1 (abab)

Quatrain 2 (bcbc)

Quatrian 3 (cdcd)

Couplet (ee)

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Quiz - Sonnets

1. All of the following elements are characteristic of an English sonnet except

a. introduction of the subject in the first few lines

b. fourteen lines

c. free verse

d. iambic pentameter

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2. The English sonnet forms originated in

a. the plays of Shakespeare

b. the Spenserian conceit

c. the Italian sonnets of Petrarch

d. the Renaissance love songs

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3. What is another name for the Petrarchan sonnet?

a. the Italian sonnet

b. the Heptameter sonnet

c. the English sonnet

d. the Octavian sonnet

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4. The Shakespearean sonnet consists of

a. one octave and one sestet

b. three quatrains and one couplet

c. two tercets and one cinquain

d. one sestet and four couplets

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Quiz – Sonnets continued

5. Which of the following is the rhyme scheme of a Petrarchan sonnet?

a. abba, cddc, abba, cddc, ee ff

b. abab, cdcd, efef, gg

c. abba, cdcd, abba, efef, ffgg

d. abba, abba, cde, cde

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Quiz – Sonnets continued

6. The sonnets of Shakespeare and Spenser can be distinguished from one another by

a. the couplet at the end of Shakespearean sonnets

b. the rhyme scheme

c. the turn after the first eight lines

d. Spenser’s use of iambic pentameter

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Quiz – Sonnets continued

7. Which of the following writers was one of the earliest masters of the sonnet?

a. Elizabeth Barrett Browning

b. John Keats

c. Edmund Spenser

d. Robert Lowell

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Quiz – Sonnets continued

8. Which of the following is the rhyme scheme of a Shakespearean sonnet?

a. abba, abba, cde, cde

b. abba, cdcd, abba, efef, ffgg

c. abba, cddc, abba, cddc, ee ff

d. abab, cdcd, efef, gg

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9. A turn can best be described as

a. the change or shift that occurs after the first eight lines of a sonnet

b. the first quatrain in a Shakespearean sonnet

c. a conceit in a Petrarchan sonnet

d. the main idea that is expressed in the first eight lines of a sonnet

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10. The last group of lines in a sonnet usually

a. has different meter than the rest of the poem

b. comments on the subject of the poem

c. rhymes with the first two lines of the poem

d. introduces a new subject