Is Sonnet 130 a traditional “love” poem?

Why or why not?
Answer the following question after reading Shakespeare’s sonnets in your book and reviewing the
supplemental material on this page about the Sonnets.
Do not do any research for this response. Answer according to your own observations and understanding.
Discuss the structure and elements of a Shakespearean sonnet as you answer the following question. Is

Sonnet 130 a traditional “love” poem? Why or why not?

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From The Poetry Foundation:
Shakespearean sonnet
The variation of the sonnet form that Shakespeare used—comprised of three quatrains and a concluding
couplet, rhyming abab cdcd efef gg—is called the English or Shakespearean sonnet form, although others
had used it before him. This different sonnet structure allows for more space to be devoted to the buildup of
a subject or problem than the Italian/Petrarchan form, and is followed by just two lines to conclude or
resolve the poem in a rhyming couplet.

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