Comparison of William Shakespeare Sonnet 42 to William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Sonnet 42 has 14 lines, and 50% of them have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14 in William Shakespeare. 50% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 1.57 weak matches.
Sonnet 42: 2
And yet it may be said I lov’d her dearly;
Sonnet 42: 3
That she hath thee is of my wailing chief,
Sonnet 42: 6
Thou dost love her because thou know’st I love her,
Pericles 5.1: 147
Thou little know’st how thou dost startle me
Two Gentlemen of Verona 2.1: 39
If you love her, you cannot see her.
Two Gentlemen of Verona 2.1: 41
Because Love is blind. O that you had mine eyes, or your own eyes had the lights they were wont to have when you chid at Sir Proteus for going ungarter’d!
Sonnet 42: 7
And for my sake even so doth she abuse me,
Henry IV Part 2 3.2: 104
And, good Master Corporal Captain, for my old dame’s sake stand my friend. She has nobody to do any thing about her when I am gone, and she is old, and cannot help herself. You shall have forty, sir. [continues next]
King Lear 5.3: 237
The one the other poison’d for my sake,
King Lear 5.3: 238
And after slew herself.
King Lear 5.3: 239
Even so. Cover their faces.
Sonnet 42: 8
Suff’ring my friend for my sake to approve her.
Sonnet 42: 13
But here’s the joy, my friend and I are one;