Literary Analysis Task You have read Sonnet 18 and Act II Scene ii of Romeo and Juliet. In both texts, Shakespeare develops a similar theme. Write an essay that compares and contrasts the approaches used in each text to develop the theme of love. Your essay should provide textual evidence from both texts.Shakespeare is one of the most recognizable artists of all time. He created a lot of books and plays during his time, like Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and Sonnet 18. Shakespeare uses a unique way of writing and had a lot of popularity during his time. Shakespeare had many different ways to convey the theme of love, sadness, anger and happiness.The texts Sonnet XVII and Act II scene II of Romeo and Juliet all discuss the theme of love but each text has a different approach to the theme. In Act II Scene II of Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses the theme of love but uses it in a different and at the same time similar way than Sonnet 18. In the text, Shakespeare uses conflict between the two lover’s families to keep them from loving to help build the plot and the story. One part in the story says. “Tis’ but thy name is my enemy.” or “It is but your name that is my enemy.” Juliet is basically saying that Romeo’s last name is his enemy because their families have been feuding for centuries. Another part in the story is when Shakespeare uses nature to develop the theme. It happens when Romeo says that Juliet is so bright like the sun that birds will get confused and start singing even though it’s the middle of the night. In conclusion, this is how Shakespeare develops the theme of live in both texts. In Sonnet 18, Shakespeare uses the theme of love by using nature and descriptive writing to develop the theme of love. For example, in the story, the narrator says “Summer’s lease hath all too short a date.” The author means that summer is too short but the other person’s beauty lasts forever. Also, the narrator says “Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May.” The narrator is saying that there are flaws is natural beauty. So, this is how Shakespeare develops the theme of love in Sonnet 18. In the two texts, there were many differences and similarities. A similarity is that both of the texts use the Sun to describe beauty. In Romeo and Juliet, Romeo describes Juliet as the sun when he says “It is the east and Juliet is the sun.” Romeo is comparing Juliet to the sun, and the sun is important for us to live. In Sonnet 18, the narrator says “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate.” The narrator is comparing the person they are admiring to a summer’s day, and summer has something to do with the sun. A difference is that in Romeo and Juliet, Juliet is in love with Romeo but Juliet does not like his last name. In Sonnet 18, the narrator loves the person they are admiring wholeheartedly. Hence, these are a few differences and similarities with Romeo and Juliet and Sonnet 18.