The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0825 Thursday, 21 September 2006
From: Marvin Bennet Krims <
Date: Thursday, 21 Sep 2006 08:59:31 -0400
Subject: Query on the Sonnets
I am a psychoanalyst who writes about Shakespeare's capacity to
represent the human mind.
Right now, I am working on a book on The Sonnets and searching them for
words that speak about the capacity to have a wide range of feelings,
such as love, hate, sadness and so on. All feelings are indeed
represented in The Sonnets but what I am interested in is whether the
capacity for feeling per se is talked about in these poems. Can anyone
out there point me to a sonnet that comments on this?
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