Life and Letters of Sir Thomas Wyatt

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Bibliography

I. EDITIONS OF WYATT
i. Certayne Psalmes chosen out of the Psalter of David ( 1549).
ii. The Works of . . . Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder. Edited by G. F. Nott ( 1816).
iii. The Poetical Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Edited by Robert Bell ( 1866).
iv. The Poems of Sir Thomas Wiat. Edited by A. K. Foxwell ( 1913).
v. The Poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Edited by E. M. W. Tillyard ( 1929).
vi. Collected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Edited by Kenneth Muir ( 1949, 1960).
vii. Plutarch's Quyete of Mynde. Edited by C. R. Baskervill ( 1931).
viii. Unpublished Poems. Edited by Kenneth Muir ( 1961).

II. MANUSCRIPTS
British Museum
Egerton MS. 2711.
Harleian MS. 78.
Harleian MS. 282.
Royal MS. 20B.
Add. MS. 5498.
Vespasian MS. c. vii.
Vespasian MS. P. xiii.
Loan MS. 15.
Public Record Office: for Letters 3, 5, 8, 12, 38, 39, 40, 43.
Trinity College, Dublin: D. 2. 7

III. PREVIOUS LIVES
i. G. F. Nott in I. ii. above.
ii. Robert Bell in I. iii. above.
iii. W. E. Simonds: Sir Thomas Wyatt and his Poems ( 1889).
iv. E. M. W. Tillyard in I. V. above.
v. E. K. Chambers: Sir Thomas Wyatt and Some Collected Studies ( 1933).
vi. Sir Stanley Wyatt: The Wyatts and the Cheyneys ( 1960).

IV. HISTORICAL SOURCES
(i) Letters and Papers . . . Henry VIII. Vols. II-XVII.
(ii) Venetian Calendar.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I Early Life 1
  • II Wyatt and Anne Boleyn 13
  • III Ambassador in Spain 38
  • IV Ambassador in France 95
  • V Ambassador in Flanders 131
  • VI Cromwell's Fall and Wyatt's Trial 172
  • VII Lauda Finem 211
  • VIII Wyatt's Poetry 222
  • Appendix A 261
  • Appendix B 270
  • Appendix C 273
  • Bibliography 277
  • Index 279
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