Sir Thomas Wyatt

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English poet who introduced the sonnet form to English literature (1503-1542)

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Brown's poems show historic acuity, political wit, the cadenced snap of an Auden poem, as well as echoes of an earlier English poetic tradition going back to the aforementioned Thomas Wyatt.
In between there are discussions of Medwall's plays, Stephen Hawes, John Skelton, Lord Berners, More, Tyndale, John Bale, Sir Thomas Elyot, John Heywood, Thomas Wyatt and Francis Bryan, translations of the Psalms.
Major and lesser known authors like Sir Thomas Wyatt are included.
He leaves four sons, Joel Reck and his wife Rachel of Wayland, Robert Reck of Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, Michael Reck of Belmont and Jonathan Reck of Falmouth; a daughter, Reva wife of Thomas Wyatt of Warwick, MA; a sister, Freda Dubin of Worcester; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
a novel recounting the tragic story of Anne Boleyn through the eyes of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder.
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.
Two essays on humanism in Ireland and England maintain the link with translation: John Scattergood examines a Trinity College manuscript of poems by Thomas Wyatt, the Earl of Surrey, and followers, which includes what he suggests is probably the first translation of Machiavelli into English--the opening of his essay Delle congiure.
Many of those who were closely involved in these changes were portrayed by Holden--men such as Thomas More, Archbishop Warham and John Fisher; John Godsalve and Richard Southwell; Thomas Elyot, Henry Howard and Thomas Wyatt.
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.
Thomas Wyatt, 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.
The cast also includes Stanley Townsend as King Philip of Spain' Dexter Fletcher as the Earl of Sussex' Tara Fitzgerald as Kat Ashley' Sienna Guillory as Lettice Knollys' Tom Hardy as Robert Dudley' Ian Hart as William Cecil' Robert Pugh as Lord Chancellor Gardiner' Kevin McKidd as the Duke of Norfolk' Hans Matheson as the Earl of Essex' Emilia Fox as Amy Dudley' Ben Daniels as Francis Walsingham' Ewen Bremner as Sir James Melville and Bryan Dick as Thomas Wyatt.
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.
Some thirty years later the picture is different; the most famous evidence is the poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt, a body of work that includes some two dozen English versions of poems from Petrarch's Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta, and a comparable number of translations from more recent Italian and French poets writing under Petrarch's unmistakable influence.
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.