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Thomas Wyatt: The Heart's Forest


Thomas Wyatt (1503?-1542) was the first modern voice in English poetry. His poetry holds a mirror to the secret, capricious world of Henry VIII's court, and alludes darkly to events which it might be death to describe. In the Tower, twice, Wyatt was betrayed and betrayer. Thought to be the lover of Anne Boleyn, he was also the devoted 'slave' of Katherine of Aragon. He was driven to secrets and lies, and forced to live with the moral and mortal consequences of his shifting allegiances. As ambassador to Emperor ...

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    • Title: Thomas Wyatt by Susan Brigden
    • Publisher: Faber & Faber
    • Print ISBN: 9780571235841, 0571235840
    • eText ISBN: 9780571282081
    • Edition: 2012 Main
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