Young man sonnets nedir? Young man sonnets açıklamaları, William Shakespeare sonnetleri.
Young man sonnets nedir?
Shakespeare’s sonnets are poems that William Shakespeare wrote on a variety of themes.
The “Fair Youth” is the unnamed young man addressed by the devoted poet in the greatest sequence of the sonnets (1–126). The young man is handsome, self-centered, universally admired and much sought after. The sequence begins with the poet urging the young man to marry and father children (sonnets 1-17). It continues with the friendship developing with the poet’s loving admiration, which at times is homoerotic in nature
in the Shakespearean collection published in 1609. These sonnets break the normal sonnet conventions in that the implied situation is not a poetic speaker wooing a cold and distant female as the implied audience. Instead, the speaker is addressing a handsome young man and trying to convince him he should settle down and have children.