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Shakespeare's Sonnet 19
Shakespeare's Sonnet 19
Shakespeare's Sonnet 19 In his Sonnet 19, Shakespeare presents the timeless theme of Time's mutability. As the lover apostrophizes Time, one might expect him to address old Time as inconstant, for such an epithet implies time's changeability. But inconstant also suggests capricious, and the lover finds time more grave than whimsical in its alterations. With the epithet devouring he addresses a greedy, ravenous hunger, a Time that is wastefully destructive. Conceding to Time its wrongs, the