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  1. The poet came to the realisation that he was unique among other people and was capable of thinking for himself. He was unaffected by the viewpoints of others and was able to form his own independent judgments. This realisation was very significant to him because it showed him his capacity for indepeRead more

    The poet came to the realisation that he was unique among other people and was capable of thinking for himself. He was unaffected by the viewpoints of others and was able to form his own independent judgments. This realisation was very significant to him because it showed him his capacity for independent thinking and decision making, both of which are very important skills.

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  1. In Holy Sonnets, Donne expresses profoundly personal thoughts while addressing theological themes of death, divine verdict, divine love and repentance.   Death not be proud Summary

    In Holy Sonnets, Donne expresses profoundly personal thoughts while addressing theological themes of death, divine verdict, divine love and repentance.

     

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    Euphemism- A euphemism is a term that is used to express something else in place of something harsh. Euphemism is used throughout the poem to describe the end of life. Repetition- Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a short space of words. Eg, death. Death not be proud Summary

    1. Euphemism- A euphemism is a term that is used to express something else in place of something harsh. Euphemism is used throughout the poem to describe the end of life.
    2. Repetition- Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a short space of words. Eg, death.

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