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Occasion of Sonnet 30

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Sonnet 30, Shakespeare

As put forth in lines 1-4, the occasion of the poet’s contemplation is

A

the speaker’s encounter with beauty that bring him to remember his life’s losses.

B

the speaker’s recollection of old desires that brings him to freshly mourns past regrets.

C

the speaker’s bitter sweet isolation that leads him to long for friendships past.

D

the speaker’s past pains balanced by present friendship.

E

the speaker’s fresh remembrance of a past romance that ended.