What is Sonnet? Write a short note on Shakespeare’s Sonnets.
Definition of Sonnet: A sonnet is a short lyrical poem of fourteen iambic pentameter lines that are linked by an intricate (difficult) rhyme scheme. Each of the fourteen lines consists of five meters for which it is called pentameter. Again each of the fleet consists of an unaccented and an accented syllable or sound units for which it is called iambic. Sonnet is divided into two parts. First eight lines are called octet and next six lines are called sestet.Read More