Poetry Books by Sir Thomas Wyatt

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book Four Madrigals Authors: Sir Thomas Wyatt, Thea Musgrave
Published Date: 1992-03-01
Categories: Music
(Music Sales America). Set for SATB voices by Thea Musgrave. Contents: With Serving Still * At Most Mischief * Hate Whom Ye List * Tanglid I Was in Love's Snare

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book The Essential Wyatt Authors: Sir Thomas Wyatt, William Stanley Merwin
Published Date: 1989
Categories: Poetry
A collection of poems, satires, and psalms by Thomas Wyatt includes "My Lute Awake," "Who so List to Hount," and others

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book Love for Love Authors: Sir Thomas Wyatt
Publisher: Crescent Moon Publishing
Published Date: 2017-11-18
Categories: Poetry
Sir Thomas Wyatt: Love For Love: Selected Poems Selected and Introduced by Louise Cooper This is a collection of Sir Thomas Wyatt's poetry, featuring his Petrarchan sonnets, songs, ballads, epigrams and rondeaux. The poems, in meticulously wrought stanzas, are mainly about love: love lost, won, and desired. Sir Thomas Wyatt was the first of the great English Renaissance love poets. Wyatt's poetry is too often neglected, beside towering talents such as Edmund Spenser, William Shakespeare and Kit Marlowe. Poems attributed to Wyatt are also included here. British Poets Series. Includes an introduction, bibliography and illustrations. www.crmoon.com

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book The Complete Poems Authors: Sir Thomas Wyatt
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Published Date: 1978
Categories: Poetry
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Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book Selected Poems Authors: Sir Thomas Wyatt, Michael Smith
Published Date: 2010-01
Categories: Literary Criticism
Sir Thomas Wyatt is remembered today as one of the most important poets in the English language, and as the man who brought the sonnet into English, with imitations and re-creations of Petrarch. His work is broader than that, however, and he showed himself to be a fine elegist and satirist as well as a lyric poet of the very first order.

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book The Complete Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder Authors: Jason Powell
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Published Date: 2016-03-03
A diplomat and courtier, Sir Thomas Wyatt (1504?-42) was England's premier poet during the reign of Henry VIII, and almost certainly the first person to write a sonnet in English. This book, volume one in a two-volume collection of his complete works, includes definitive editions of his prose. Each text is extensively annotated, each letter has a headnote, and each grouping of texts is separately introduced. Biographical entries identify and introduce personsrelated to Wyatt's diplomatic service, including every known member of Wyatt's diplomatic household.

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book Selected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt Authors: Sir Thomas Wyatt
Publisher: Routledge
Published Date: 2013-10-28
Categories: Literary Collections
First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Sir Thomas Wyatt Books, Sir Thomas Wyatt poetry book The Canon of Sir Thomas Wyatt's Poetry Authors: Richard C. Harrier, Richard Harrier, Sir Thomas Wyatt
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Published Date: 1975
Categories: Literary Criticism
Thomas Wyatt is the finest English poet between Chaucer and the Elizabethans. Many poems have been wrongly attributed to him, however, and the authenticity of different versions of his lyrics has been a matter of dispute. Richard Harrier makes a significant contribution both by establishing accurate texts and by determining the canon itself. The only solid foundation for the Wyatt canon is his personal copybook, the Egerton MS, here reproduced in a diplomatic text. The apparatus records all changes within the manuscript and all contemporary variants; explanatory notes are provided. This volume, which includes a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the sources, will stand as the ultimate authority for the text and canon of Wyatt's poems.

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