Thomas Wyatt in Italy

@article{Brigden2005ThomasWI,
  title={Thomas Wyatt in Italy},
  author={Susan Rae Brigden and Jonathan Woolfson},
  journal={Renaissance Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={58},
  pages={464 - 511}
}
Abstract This article follows a young Thomas Wyatt (ca. 1503–42) — the Henrician poet and courtier —on his journeys to France and especially to Italy in 1526–27. It finds him at the greatest courts of Europe at a climacteric in European affairs, during which, by default, he had a part to play. It discovers the dramatic circumstances of his kidnap, ransom, and release. The article conjectures upon the ways in which Wyatt's Italian journey was formative for his political and poetic career, and… 
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