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Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542) remains one of the most popular writer's of Henry VIII's court, and the most romantic, given his entanglement with Anne Boleyn, which resulted - legend has it - in passionate and vulnerable poems. This book contains a representative selection of his works. Hardiman Scott sees Wyatt as a modern poet before his time and demonstrates the impact he had on the development of English poetry. Wyatt introduced the sonnet, terza rima and other Italian verse forms into English and invented forms and processes of his own.
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Book Description Manchester: Fyfield Books, 1996. 1st edition. "Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542), 'the first great English lyric poet', remains one of the most popular writers of Henry VIII's court, and the most romantic, given his entanglement with Anne Boleyn, which resulted - legend says - in some of his most passionate and vulnerable poems." Pp.96, signed by Hardiman Scott to title page. Pbk. VG. Seller Inventory # 36410