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The Magic of Shakespeare's Sonnets

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Occult philosophy or magic provides a context within which Shakespeare's sonnets need to be read, for it adds a new dimension of meaning to familiar passages and enhances our awareness of their richness and complexity. The sequence can be seen to explore two vital areas of magic: erotic magic and the art of memory. Magic dominates the three central characters – the poet, the young man, and the dark lady – and conditions their relationships.
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Keywords: England; Magic; Poetry; Shakespeare, William (sonnets)

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 1998

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