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The Sonnets of Shakespeare in the Tradition of Petrarch.
Both poetics geniuses, William Shakespeare and Francesco Petrarch are connected forever in the literary realm, though the men themselves lived centuries apart.
The sonnet form prestigiously employed by William Shakespeare, as well as the famous poet-lover dilemma that most of his sonnets regard, came to him from a gifted writer who lived centuries before, the Italian Francesco Petrarch. Although Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542), a contemporary of Martin Luther and Henry VIII, first introduced Petrarchan love poetry into England in the sixteenth century, it was Shakespeare who popularized it so…
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