Antithesis, Chiasmus, and Symmetry in Shakespeare’s Sonnet 105. Part 3 of 3.

I also describe in the article how line 8’s chiasmus comprises two distinctions, ‘one thing’ vs ‘difference’, and ‘expressing’ vs ‘leaves out’, that prescribe the sonnet’s development and foreshadow its so-called formal characteristics.

(2016, Aug. 23.)

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