Love Sonnets: A Treasury of English Verse
Pavilion, 1995 - Love poetry, English - 71 pages
Originating in 12th-century Italy, the sonnet had its first flowering in the work of Dante and Petrarch, and was later embraced all over Europe as poets discovered that its brevity and musicality gave impact to the expression of emotion.
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