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Sir Thomas Wyatt and some collected studies / by E. K. Chambers
Bib ID 818908
Format BookBook
Author
Chambers, E. K. (Edmund Kerchever), 1866-1954
 
Description London : Sidgwick & Jackson, 1933 
4 p : l., 227, [1] p. incl. facsim. 
Notes

"The court of Venus" (with facsimile of original t.-p.) is reprinted from a photostat of the original fragment now in the Folger Shakespeare library.

Contents: --Some points in the Grail legend.--Sir Thomas Malory.--Some aspects of mediaeval lyric.--Sir Thomas Wyatt.--The English pastoral.--The disenchantment of the Elizabethans.--Appendix: The court of Venus.

Subjects Wyatt, Thomas, Sir, 1503?-1542.  |  English literature -- History and criticism.
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