The Development of the Sonnet: An Introduction
Routledge, 2 sep. 2003 - 252 pagina's
Traces the development of the sonnet from its invention in the early Italian Renaissance to the time of John Milton, showing how the form has developed and acquired the capacity to express lyrically the nature of the desiring self.
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1 THE SONNET AND ITS SPACE
THE EARLY SONNET
THE GOOD WEAVER OF LOVE VERSES
THE SONNET MOVES ABROAD
6 WYATT SURREY AND THEIR LEGACY
THE SONNETS OF SIDNEY
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