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Martial and the English epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson

T. K. Whipple

Martial and the English epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson

by T. K. Whipple

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Published by University of California press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637 -- Poetic works,
  • Martial,
  • Epigrams, English -- History and criticism,
  • Epigrams, Latin -- History and criticism,
  • Literature, Comparative -- Latin and English,
  • Literature, Comparative -- English and Latin,
  • English poetry -- Roman influences

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. K. Whipple.
    SeriesUniversity of California publications in modern philology,, v. 10, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPB13 .C3 v. 10, no. 4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. l., p. [279]-414.
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL178751M
    LC Control Numbera 25000390
    OCLC/WorldCa2153727

    Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger, Wyatt also spelled Wyat, (born c. —died Ap , London), English soldier and conspirator who led an unsuccessful rebellion against Queen Mary I, probably the most formidable uprising ever faced by a Tudor monarch.. Wyatt’s father was the renowned poet and diplomat Sir Thomas a young man he acquired a reputation for . Clyde W. Jentoft, Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey: A Reference Guide (Boston: G. K. Hall, ). Ellen C. Caldwell, "Recent Studies in Sir Thomas Wyatt ()," English Literary Renaissance, 19 (Spring ): Kenneth Muir, Life and Letters of Sir Thomas Wyatt (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, ).

    I first became familiar with Sir Thomas Wyatt's "Epigram XLI" from Jacqueline Osherow's essay on ottava rima in An Exaltation of Forms: Contemporary Poets Celebrate the Diversity of Their Art (ed. Annie Finch & Kathrine Varnes, U of Michigan P). I have been using this book for the last several years as a text for my Craft of Poetry course for the Whidbey Writers Workshop MFA .   Whipple, T. K. Martial and the English Epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson. Berkeley: University of California Press, MARTIAL Roman poet, born c. 40 AD in the town of Bilbilis in northeastern Spain, where he also died in retirement c. , after spending most of his life (c. 64â c. ) in Rome.

    -Became his most popular book. Sir Thomas MoreWrote (in Latin too) poems, pamphlets, biographies -Epigrams(Ben Jonson)-Epitaphs(on gravestones)-Epics. Sir Thomas Wyatt -The form was introduced into England by Sir Thomas Wyatt () who translated Petrarchan sonnets & left more than 30 examples of his own written in Eng. Martial's first extant work was a book of epigrams on the shows presented at the opening of the Colosseum in In 84 and 85 he issued the Xenia and Apophoreta (now books 13 respectively), mottoes for gifts given to guests at banquets and for gifts in general. Martial and English Epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Johnson.


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Martial and the English epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson, by T. Whipple. Whipple, T. Martial and the English Epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson. Berkeley: University of California Press, MARTIAL Roman poet, born c.

40 AD in the town of Bilbilis in northeastern Spain, where he also died in retirement c. after spending most of his life (c. 64–c. ) in Rome. It is due to the influence of Martial that the epigram has become essentially a medium for humorous poetry.

In the ancient world, it is clear the epigram was not always or even often a comical: epigrams were written in memoriam of fallen heroes, celebrated kings, and even for the gods themselves. Sir Thomas Wyatt ().

Extract from The Second Satire. Ward, ed. The English Poets. Songs and Epigrams. Sir Thomas Wyatt. The Poetical Works Sir Thomas Wyatt (–42).

The Poetical Works. Songs and Epigrams: T. Wyatt of Love: LIKE as the wind with raging blast: Doth cause each tree to bow and bend; Even so do I spend my time in waste, My life consuming unto an end.

For as the flame by force doth quench the. I owe this example to T. Whipple, Martial and the English Epigram)om Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson, p. See also Paul M. Cubeta A Jonsonian Ideal: 'To Penshurst Jan For more thorough discussion of Jonson's individual debts to Martial, see D. Heyward Brock,A Ben Jonson Companion (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ), pp.

89–90,and T.K. Whipple,Martial and the English Epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), pp. – For Martial'sNachleben in general, see. Sir Thomas Wyatt ( – 11 October ) [page needed] was a 16th-century English politician, ambassador, and lyric poet credited with introducing the sonnet to English literature.

He was born at Allington Castle near Maidstone in Kent, though the family was originally from family adopted the Lancastrian side in the Wars of Roses. His mother was Anne. Whipple, T. () Martial and the English Epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson.

California Publications in Modern Philology Berkeley, CA. Sonnets were introduced into England and English in the s, by the courtier and ambassador Sir Thomas Wyatt (–), and the aristocrat Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (–).

Wyatt and Surrey translated and imitated many Petrarchan sonnets, as well as producing sonnets and other lyrics of their own. English Renaissance (Early Modern) Literature I: Tudor / Sixteenth Century, Sir Thomas More, Utopia, / David remarks: “Thomas More was Lord High Chancellor of England during the reign of King Henry VIII.

Utopia was first published in Latin in for an intellectual audience; it was published in English in 14 T. Whipple, Martial and the English Epi- gram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson, University of California Publications in Modern Philol- ogy, (Berkeley, ), ff.

Alden, The Rise of Formal Satire in England under Classical Influence (Philadelphia, ) H. Dodd, The Epigrammatists2 (London, ) Martial has been a possible or probable influence on epigrammatists such as Sir Thomas Wyatt, Sir Thomas More, Shakespeare, John Donne, Ben Jonson, Robert Herrick, Matthew Prior, Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, Voltaire, Dr.

Samuel Johnson, Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, William Wordsworth, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Emily Dickinson. Author of Martial and the English epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson, Spokesmen: modern writers and American Life, Study out the land, Spokesmen. Sir Thomas Wyatt, poet who introduced the Italian sonnet and terza rima verse form and the French rondeau into English literature.

Wyatt was educated at St. John’s, Cambridge, and became a member of the court circle of Henry VIII, where he seems to have been popular and admired for his attractive.Modern Priscilla home furnishing book Martial and the English epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson. by Whipple, Thomas King, texts.

eye 7 favorite 0 comment 0. Cover-title, 3 p. ℓ., p. [] 25 cm Topics: Jonson, Ben, ?, Martial, Epigrams, English, Literature.8. For more thorough discussion of Jonson's individual debts to Martial, see D.

Heyward Brock, A Ben Jonson Companion (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ), pp., and T.K. Whipple, Martial and the English Epigram from Sir Thomas Wyatt to Ben Jonson (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), pp.