For example, although Rossetti's poem is also a sonnet, it is the traditional sonnet form, the Petrarchan sonnet which was European, not English.
love, because you can relate the similarities/differences to the theme.
For example, if I was to compare Shakespeare's Sonnet 116 and Christina Rossetti's Remember on a question about love, my first paragraph in the essay would comment on Sonnet 116 and it's form, the sonnet. the sonnet, a typical form in the 16th Century, is a suitable and common poetry form for presenting the theme of love, and Shakespeare's rhyming couplet at the end of the sonnet displays the resolution of the issues in the sonnet and the solidification of the relationship.
poem 2 Repeat this structure until you’ve made enough good points (abt 4) and conclude with overall poet names present _______ through ________ Usually I do the format of: Step 1: 2 - 4 Developed Points of Poem 1. Paragraphs here don’t really mean much to me, as long as the points are developed and linked to the question, including the clarity made of each point, making sure it is clear.
But if you were to put into paragraphs, most likely to do 1 for each point.