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 Discuss why Shakespeare called his friend more temperamental than the summer season. 

How does Shakespeare compare Sonnet's 18 summer days with the beauty of his friend.

Shakespeare likens his friend to the metaphor with a question on one of the glorious days of the summer season.

 But soon she ignores the comparison and says that her friend is more prosperous and loving than a summer day. 

 He says there is too much heat or cloudiness on a summer day.  But the friend's affection will remain uninterrupted and uninterrupted.

  The beauty of nature is often ruined by rough winds on summer days.  But there is nothing wrong with her friend's beauty. 

 Nature allows a short and limited time in life on a summer day or summer season but the beauty of a friend is eternal by spreading Shakespeare’s verse.

Discuss why Shakespeare called his friend more restrained than summer.

 How did Shakespeare compare his friend's beauty to summer in Sonnet 16.

 Shakespeare metaphorically compared his friend to a wonderful summer day by a question. 

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 But he soon dispelled this comparison and claimed that his friend was more restrained, more beautiful than summer.  

He says that summer is extremely hot or cloudy, but the beauty of a friend will remain the same and will last. 

 On summer days, the beauty of nature is sometimes ruined by strong winds.  But there is nothing wrong with the beauty of the poet's friend.  

Nature has allowed summer to be short and limited but the beauty of the poet's friend is eternal because of Shakespeare's poetry.

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