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An example of a paradox in "Holy Sonnet 10" is:
a) "Death, be not proud"
b) "Death, thou shalt die"
c) "thou art slave to date"
d) "one short sleep past"

I chose b because it seems the most contradictory?

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    That sounds very good to me.

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