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Sonnet 111: O, for my sake do you with Fortune chide

William Shakespeare

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Added by: Dodo
What does this one mean? And who is guilty here? The goddess or the duke? My boyfriend says it can go either way. That someone's been publically harmed and all that's left is to pity the pathetic one, whichever one you chose to see as the one deserving your pity. My sister says it's obvious that the woman is the one who's been harmed though and that the duke just is begging her pity at this point. Any thoughts?
Added by: ian
who cares about this crap, its shakespear they make uus read this crap in highschool and it pisses me off...he been dead for like 400 years!!! everyone needs to move on and face that he sucks ass!!!

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