From a fragment of poetry comes this evocative novel woven around the poet Sir Thomas Wyatt
's love for Anne Boleyn.
The first English translator of a work from Plutarch's Moralia was the courtier and poet Thomas Wyatt
, who offered an English version of Plutarch's De tranquillitate animi (Plutarch's Book of the Quiet of Mind) to Queen Katherine as a New Year's gift in 1528.
The painting depicts a hot-blooded youth, Sir Thomas Wyatt
the Younger, whose father was the reputed lover of Anne Boleyn, something which would not have endeared Wyatt senior to the King.
, a well known architect of the 19th century, was commissioned to build the home in 1871 for Philip Pennant Pearson, who inherited some land that had belonged to famous naturalist and travel writer Thomas Pennant.
In the third row, from left, are HM1 Aaron Sill, HM1 Thomas Wyatt
, HM2 (SW) Chris Acra, CS1 (SW) Joseph Scatina.
His latest role as an executioner will see him "beheading" Thomas Wyatt
and the Earl of Sussex and was filmed on location at Alnwick Castle.
Sir Thomas Wyatt
's translations and imitations of Petrarch mark the beginning of the English Renaissance encounter with Petrarchism as a literary movement.
In her final chapter Robinson demonstrates "applications," the revisions of the Foxean scheme that the plays undertook to accommodate current affairs as these could be represented through recounting past decades, as did Dekker and Webster's Sir Thomas Wyatt
Rebholz (ed.), Sir Thomas Wyatt
: The Complete Poems (Harmondsworth, 1997), 11: 'possibly written in October 1539'.
These events were the break between LaFarge and Thomas Wyatt
Turner and the rise and fall of the Cardinal Gibbons Institute and the treatment of Victor Daniels and his wife.
In 1839, Poe had allowed his name to be used as nominal author, for copyright reasons, for Thomas Wyatt
's Conchologist's First Book, a book that drew its material without acknowledgment from an earlier book by Captain Thomas Brown.(15) In this story, Poe seems to be asserting that all art is a copy of something that has come before, although the copying process may, to sensitive nostrils, smell.
Colin Burrows takes up the issue of "'Horaces'" with a spirited account of Sir Thomas Wyatt
's Horatianism avant la lettre, and finds him used not as the poet of Epicurean otium, but as a vehicle for satire on the intrigues of Henry VIII's court.