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Shall I Compare Thee - class 12

1. 
'Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day' is the Sonnet No.-
2. 
The poem Sonnet 18 of Shakespeare consists of-
3. 
The phrase 'summer's day' refers to-
4. 
Rough winds in summer days destroy
5. 
'The eye of heaven' in Shakespeare's Sonnet no. 18 refers to-
6. 
The month referred by the poet in the sonnet is-
7. 
"Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May."-Here May is the sign of
8. 
"Summer's lease" is-
9. 
'The phrase 'eternal summer' suggests
10. 
The word 'eternal' means-
11. 
Eternal summer can be maintained through-

 

 

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