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Topic With reference to at least three literary works discuss what the writers reveal about time Literary Works Sonnet 18To The VirginsTo His Coy Mistress Theme Dependent on time causes us to carpe diem try to beat time by creating something that will last forever art memory of sex two coming together to symbolize eternal loveThesisWe are the victims of time we spend our lives striving to leave our legacy in order to beat the vicious clock that controls our spot on this Earth LeadLegacySonnet 18 artTo The Virgins not having regrets making the most of time To His Coy Mistress souls connecting leaving a part of you on earth We are all the victims of time we spend our lives striving to leave our legacy in order to beat the vicious clock that controls our spot on this Earth What can be defined as a legacy Art a memory of you connecting your soul with someone Each of those could be a way for you to leave your legacy in this world William Shakespeares Sonnet 18 exemplifies how you are able to immortalize someone through the legacy of art Ironically To the Virgins by Robert Herrick and To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell both were written on the theme of Carpe Diem about seizing the day and not focusing on the future but evidently they have managed to leave a legacy as we still today discuss and analyze their works of art Shakespeare captured in Sonnet 18 how someone is able to leave a legacy through art The sonnet compares a boy to a summers day and describes him as more lovely and more temperate meaning that the youths beauty is more perfect and gentle than the beauty and violent excesses of a summer day The poem then shifts and speaks about how summers lease hath all too short a date and that just like how the summer months
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