Sonnet 116 ‘Let Me Not to the Marriage’ by William Shakespeare About this poet

Ian McMillan reads Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 ‘Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds’.

Length: 0.46m   Topics: Love, Poetry, Shakespeare's birthday, Valentine's Day,
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joe rose | 6 October 2011

the person reading it is rather boring but if it was someone else it would be ok, so basically im saying that the man is boring


jordan | 6 October 2011

i loved the atmosphere and i liked the way you use subtitles xx


Johanna Cowan | 6 October 2011

I think it showed emotion but the man telling the poem needs to make it sound more interesting because i found it a bit bring because he was saying it in the same pitch but i did really like the poem. x


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