SONGS AND SONNETS OF ELIZABETHAN PERIOD

SONGS AND SONNETS OF ELIZABETHAN PERIOD
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Sub Topics: The origin of sonnets in Elizabethan period

Key Words: Sonnet, England, Sir Philip Sidney, Spenser and Shakespeare, Henry constable, Samuel Daniel, Michael Drayton , Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, Italy, 16th century


Sonnet, derived from the Italian word ‘Sonneto’ meaning a little sound or strain, is a poem expressing one main idea or emotion consisting of fourteen decasyllabic lines. The origin of it is Italy in the early 15th century. In the first half of the 16th century the sonnet was introduced in England by Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. However, such outburst of lyricism in Elizabethan England is shared by almost all the poets of the Elizabethan period including Sir Philip Sidney, Spenser and Shakespeare. Among the other writers there is Henry constable, Samuel Daniel, Michael Drayton etc. Now we will categorically analyze them.
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