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General Prologue

Chaucer

Millers tale

Chaucer

Wife of Bath

Chaucer

Pardoners

Chaucer


Retraction

Chaucer

The long Love that in my though doth Harbour

Sir Thomas Wyatt

Love that Doth reign and live within my thought

Earl of Surrey, henry howard aka the same person

Forget not yet the tried Intent

Sir Thomas Wyatt

The schoolmaster

Roger Ascham

Castiglione's The Courtier

Sir Thomas Hoby

On Monsieur's Departure

Elizabeth 1



Verse Exchange between Elizabeth 1 and Sir Walter Raleigh

Elizabeth 1 and Sir Walter Raleigh

Sonnet 130

Shakespeare

The passionate shepherd to his love

Christopher Marlow

The nymphs reply to the shepherd

Sir Walter Raleigh

The Bait

John Donne

Twelfth Night

Shakespeare

literary art of ridiculing a folly or vice in order to correct it

satire

humorous or satirical imitation of a serious piece

parody

use of word to convey the opposite of its literal meaning

irony

characterized by laughter and mockery, dressing up, filthiness, dialogue

carnicalesque

how we measure or describe poetic rhythm

meter

five iambs, 10 syllables

iambic pentameter

without rhyme usually iambic pantameter

blank verse

rhyming lines of iambic pantameter

heroic couplets

short metrical tale, medieval france, coarse lyrical, erotic

fabliau

narrative recounting the marvelous adventure of a chivalric hero

chivalric romance

14 lines usually 8 then 6

sonnet

the ability to disguise what one really desires, feels, thinks, etc

sprezzatura

complex grammatical structure elaborate conceits and diction, by petrarch

petrarchism

dealing with rural life that contrasts innocence with the corruption of the city

pastoral

emotional songlike poetry

lyrical poetry

tells a story

narrative poetry

bitter and ironic criticism in satire

Juvenalian satire

an example or model, antecedent illustrates a moral point

exemplum

story poem or picture that can be interpreted to hidden meaning

allegory