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That is why many books of poetry by different writers appeared during this ag. Elizabethan age was a great age of English literature. During this time the writing of poetry was the part of education among the educated people. That is why many books of poetry by different writers appeared during this age. The proper Elizabethan literary age began in 1579, but before that year, Sir Thomas Wyatt and Earl of Surrey made their poetic contributions. Sir Wyatt brought the sonnet form Italy and made it popular in England. He followed the tradition of the Petrarchan sonnet with octave and sestet.
Elizabethan Poetry Characteristics, In this article, we will discuss the major developments and characteristics of Elizabethan Poetry. The sonnet form, which became the dominant form of poetry and was the preferred style of Shakespeare himself (168 sonnets). Lyric, descriptive and narrative poetry also came into popular usage. Shakespeare created a new kind of sonnet, the Shakespearean sonnet (English sonnet). This was different than the more widespread form, the Petrarchan sonnet (brought from Italy by Thomas Wyatt, et.
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English poetry and prose burst into sudden glory in the late 1570s
English poetry and prose burst into sudden glory in the late 1570s. A decisive shift of taste toward a fluent artistry self-consciously displaying its own grace and sophistication was announced in the works of Spenser and Sidney. The exquisite lyric gift that it reveals was voiced again in the marriage poems Epithalamion (1595) and Prothalamion (1596). With The Faerie Queene he achieved the central poem of the Elizabethan period. Spenser took the decorative chivalry of the Elizabethan court festivals and reworked it through a constantly shifting veil of allegory, so that the knights’ adventures and loves build into a complex, multileveled portrayal of the moral life.
ELIZABETHAN LYRISTS AND THEIR POETRY By Amy Cruse. through the pages of this little book will suffice to disclose the general plan of the series of which it forms a part. 14. tennyson and his poetry. Only a few words of explanation, there fore, will be necessary. The point of departure is the undeniable fact that with the vast majority of young students of literature a living interest in the work of any poet can best be aroused, and an intelligent appreciation of it secured, when it is immediately associated with the character and career of the.
Thus Elizabethan lyricists arrogated to themselves a great deal of. .
Thus Elizabethan lyricists arrogated to themselves a great deal of freedom both in the matter of theme and treatment. Some of the best of Elizabethan songs and lyrics are to be found in plays of the age. It was a practice with playwrights then, and it continued till the Restoration, to insert-quite frequently songs and lyrics in their works. The versification of Shakespeare’s songs is as varied as their content, and in all cases is fitted to the mood of the intended speaker with a rare ingenuity and insight. Shakespeare’s contemporaries do not show the same skill and imagination in the writing of songs and lyrics for their plays. But some successful attempts may here be mentioned
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Author: Amy Cruse
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