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On the same research paper I'm doing for the same poem "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day" I don't know what image that he demonstrates how summer is unpredictable.

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    Sorry I mean summer's weather is unpredictable

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    Read lines 3, 5, and 7.

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    Is it the image of a hurricane or no. Because of rough winds, the eye of heaven, and sometimes it settles.

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    Also could check this answer:

    Question: What is the eye of heaven? And why is it not constant or trustworthy.

    I know the eye of heaven is the sun and sky. But what is the other part.

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    Do you mean these lines?

    "Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,
    And often is his gold complexion dimm'd"

    They refer to the sun.

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    I understand that part of the question but what is the other part. And is the first question right with the hurricane image.

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    Can we always depend upon the sun to shine during the day?

    Hurricane or high winds is part of the weather image.

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    Actually, it can't be hurricane because England doesn't have hurricanes.

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    The worse storm I have ever been in at sea was in the North Sea, upon leaving Hamburg. The ship tossed like the proverbial cork. England was engulfed in torrential rain for days.

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