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In the third stanza of sonnet 18, what does the speaker personify? a. death c. love b. desire d. fear
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User: A dominant image in Sonnet 18 is: a. Light c. Blindness b. The sun d. Lady

User: In the third stanza of sonnet 18, what does the speaker personify? a. death c. love b. desire d. fear

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User: In the third stanza of the poem sonnet 18, what does the speaker personify? a. death c. love b. desire d. fear





Weegy: In Sonnet 18, the speaker personifies love.
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