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whoso list to hunt
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Whoso list to hunt, I know where is an hind,
But as for me, hlas, I may no more.
The vain travail hath wearied me so sore,
I am of them that farthest cometh behind.
Yet may I by no means my wearied mind
Draw from the deer, but as she fleeth afore
Fainting I follow. I leave off therefore,
Sithens in a net I seek to hold the wind.
Who list her hunt, I put him out of doubt,
As well as I may spend his time in vain.
And graven with diamonds in letters plain
There is written, her fair neck round about:
Noli me tangere, for Caesar's I am,

Poem Summary
Lines 1-4
In line 1 of "Whoso List to Hunt," the narrator states that for those who wish to hunt, he knows of a particular hind, a female deer. The narrator himself is trying to abandon the hunt, acknowledging in line 2 that this hind is beyond his reach. Indeed, he is "wearied" from the "vain travail," the useless work, of the hunt; he has begun to recognize the futility of the pursuit. He laments in the fourth line that he is the last of the pursuers, the one "that farthest cometh behind."
Lines 5-8
In the second stanza, the narrator states that he cannot take his "wearied mind from the deer." When she flees, he proclaims, "Fainting I follow." Nevertheless, he is ultimately forced to indeed abandon the chase, as she is too fast and all that he can catch is the wind that rises after she passes. In sum, the first eight lines, the octave, state the problem of the writer's wasted hunt.
Lines 9-14
In the closing sestet, the invitation initially offered by the narrator to whoever wishes to hunt this particular hind is partly rescinded; in line 9, the narrator states that he will remove any doubt about the wisdom of doing so. Just as his hunt was in vain, so would be those of other hunters, as the hind wears a diamond collar around her neck proclaiming her ownership by another. The concluding couplet notes that the collar reads "Noli me tangere," or "Touch me not" in Latin. Thus, the first part of the warning is "Touch me not, for Caesar's I am." According to legend, long after the ancient Roman emperor Caesar's death, white stags were found wearing collars on which were inscribed the words "Noli me tangere; Caesaris sum," or "Touch me not; I am Caesar's." The first part of that phrase, "Noli me tangere," is also a quotation from the Vulgate Bible, from John 20:17, when Christ tells Mary Magdalene, "Do not touch me, for I have not yet ascended to my Father." In the final line, the warning on the collar continues: the deer herself declares that while she appears tame, holding her is dangerous, as she is wild

Courtly Love
Traditionally, early English sonnets focused on romantic and idealized love, as did the Petrarchan sonnets that inspired the English to adopt the format. The love sonnet often celebrated the woman's beauty, comparing in great detail the features of her face and body to forms in nature. For example, a poet might compare a woman's cheeks to roses in bloom. In "Whoso List to Hunt," Wyatt deviates from the typical love sonnet and casts the woman as a deer, who is pursued in an evidently ardent fashion. In being not an inanimate object of the suitor's affection but a wild animal in flight, the female has more personality than the typical subject of a courtly love poem. While she does not speak, she holds a sort of dialogue with the narrator through her actions and through the display of her collar. Thus, Wyatt shifts the perspective on courtly love to focus on the ideas of masculine desire and ownership.
Divine Right of Kings
The doctrine of the "divine right of kings" held that kings were God's representatives on earth and that all of the king's subjects were, in fact, his property. The final lines of the sonnet, when it is revealed that the hind's collar declares her to be the property of Caesar alone, allude to this doctrine. The royal ruler supposedly had the right to possess this female, regardless of her wishes or the desires of any other suitors. While he courted Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII gave her many gifts, which established that he was serious about her. These gifts also served to warn other suitors that the object of the King's desire was not available to other men. Although Anne Boleyn did not wear a collar inscribed with the King's name, she wore jewels and other gifts that he supplied. As king, Henry VIII would have believed in his divine right to possess his subjects, and he would not have been shy about seizing whomever he desired.
In Wyatt's sonnet, the hunter can be said to be obsessed with possessing his prey. He describes himself as "wearied" twice, in lines 3 and 5. In line 7, he refers to himself as "fainting" as he continues to follow the hind, even as she flees him. The pursuit is dangerous, as the deer is labeled as royal property, but the hunter follows anyway. When a desire is so intense that it cannot be ignored, even when danger is present, it might be labeled an obsession; mere reasoning is not enough to rid the obsessed lover of his desire.
The object of the hunt in Wyatt's sonnet is a hind, a female deer, which is held to represent the person of Anne Boleyn. The deer is hunted as prey and wears a collar that proclaims her ruler's ownership over her. This portrayal of a woman as a forest animal to be hunted and possessed reflects the low esteem with which women were often viewed in Elizabethan society. In this allegory, courtship and wooing have no role in the relationship between hunter and hunted, and the female cannot escape the fact that she is a royal possession

In literature, an allegory is an extended metaphor in which objects and events hold symbolic meanings outside of the literal meanings made explicit in the narrative. In Wyatt's sonnet, the hunter's pursuit of the hind can be held to represent Wyatt's pursuit of Anne Boleyn, and the hind's being the property of Caesar can represent the "ownership" of Anne Boleyn by King Henry VIII. All of the accompanying descriptions of the hunt and the hunter's emotions, then, can be applied to this actual romantic situation.
Petrarchan Sonnet
The Petrarchan sonnet, also known as the Italian sonnet, consists of two separate sections. The first part is the octave, an eight-line stanza, wherein a problem or issue is put forth. The second part is the sestet, wherein some resolution to the problem is provided. In "Whoso List to Hunt," the octave describes the futile pursuit of the hind, while the sestet explains why the hunter cannot capture his prey: she is the property of her royal master, and to capture her would endanger both the hind and the hunter. More specifically, Wyatt's sestet consists of a quatrain (four lines) and a couplet (two lines), as can be seen in examining the rhyme scheme. Petrarch divided his sonnets into octaves of abbaabbaand sestets of various rhyme schemes, usually cdecde or cdcdcd. Wyatt's rhyme scheme is slightly different:abbaabba, cddc, ee. Within such structures, certain rhymes may be somewhat irregular, particularly in that certain words may have been pronounced differently in Elizabethan times. In Wyatt's sonnet, wind, as in "breeze," with a short i sound, is held to rhyme with the long i of hind, behind, and mind. Similarly, in the last couplet, the long a of tame is held to rhyme with the short a of am. In reading that couplet aloud, one might distort the sounds of either or both of those words in order to approximate a rhyme. In ending with a couplet, Wyatt puts emphasis on both of the last two lines; in contrast, the Petrarchan form places more emphasis on the last line of the octave and the last line of the sestet.
The most common meter of the Elizabethan period was pentameter, wherein a line of verse contains five measures, or feet. If each foot contains two syllables such as with an iamb, where the second syllable is stressed each line will contain a total of ten syllables. The resulting rhythm can heighten the reader's aesthetic appreciation of and emotional response to the poem. The best way to understand iambic pentameter is to read a poem aloud, paying close attention to the sounds of the stressed and unstressed syllables. Wyatt's use of iambic pentameter was irregular; in fact, when some of his poems were included in Tottel's Miscellany, the printer revised and smoothed out the meter. In "Whoso List to Hunt," lines 1, 4, 6, and 8 contain eleven syllables, and line 14 contains only nine syllables; the remaining lines all contain the expected ten syllables. With respect to the measures, or feet, line 10, for example, can be read as a sequence of five iambs; in line 5, on the other hand, only the last two feet are true iambs, while the first three are either trochees, with the first of two syllables stressed, or spondees, with the first and second syllables both stressed. Wyatt used meter and measure irregularly to create his own style.
Visual Imagery
Within a poem, the relationships between images can suggest important meanings. Line 3, "The vain travail hath wearied me so sore," calls to mind the image of a hunter weary with a chase; in being aware of the poem's allegory, the reader will associate this image with a suitor who has exhausted himself in trying to court the object of his affection. Throughout the poem, then, images of the active hunt are associated with the romantic situation in question, endowing it with a degree of excitement that might not otherwise be present. Indeed, effective visual imagery allows the reader to experience a poem in a heightened fashion

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"To his Love" by Ivor Gurney.

Among the World War I poets, Ivor Gurneys life was especially sad. He enlisted in the military in 1915, sustained wounds, was gassed, and then was discharged from the service. However, the war never left him. He was tormented with the thought that it was still going on until his death. After the war, Gurney spent the rest of his life in asylums.
Gurneys poem To His Love starts as a traditional elegy lamenting the death of a fallen comrade and apparent friend. It takes the form of a monologue.
The poet speaks to the fianc or girlfriend of a dead soldier. He mourns his loss and regrets that neither he nor the girl will ever have the pleasure of the dead soldiers company again.
The poem takes the form of four stanzas with five lines each. Each stanza ends with rhyming couplet. His language is modern and colloquial.
1st Stanza
The poet begins with a blunt, sad statement of loss. He explains that a man has died who was loved. The plans that they [the dead, the lover, and the speaker] made are now worthless. They will no longer meander through the hills of England where the sheep graze quietly and pay no attention to anything. Nature and the countryside provide consoling memories and inspiration, when contrasted to the horrors of war.
Hes gone, and all our plans
Are useless indeed.
Well walk no more on Cotswolds
2nd Stanza
His body was once so agile, fast, and full of life. Now he is not the same as he was when they were sailing in the boat on an English river, The poet makes a contrast between the peaceful beautiful scene and the horror of what has happened to the soldier.
3rd Stanza
The lover would not know him now. He died a heros death with nobility. Cover him with purple violets to show the pride that his love ones will feel for him. The speaker seems not to want to continue the description of the body when he is talking to the lover.
4th Stanza
The readers are lulled into thinking that Cover him, cover him soon indicates the honorable burial of a fallen soldier. Instead, the body is hardly recognizable. In fact, the poet describes it as red, wet thing. The narrator hopes that he will someday be able to forget the vision of the shredded, bloody body. Repression of the memory is the hope of the narrator when he states I must somehow forget.

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Summary, character, themes, and Imagery in All for Love
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Elegy Written in A Country Churchyard
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Stylistic Features in the play The Bear
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Human Nature in The Lottery.
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The Lost Generation in Hemingways The Sun Also Rises.
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Analysis of The Power and the Glory.
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The Main Theme in Gente in Aspromonte.
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A Critical Analyses Of Adam Bede
Character Analysis of Love in the Time of Cholera
Significance of Simple Present in Media Translation
The Translation of Childrens Literature
Improving Speaking Skills at the University Level
A Critical Analysis of the Theme of Jealousy in Shakespear
The Use of Simple Present in Kanafanis Men in the Sun
The Nature of the Listening Skills Based Activities
The Theme of Pride in the Old Man and the Sea
The Theme of Persistence in Daniel Dafoes Robinson Crus
The Theme of Naturalism in Stephen Cranes An Episode of
Translation of Medicinal Herbs in Palestine
Controlling Students Participation in English Classrooms
Teaching Phrasal verbs for Tenth Grade Palestinian Stude
The Effect of the First Language on Foreign Language Lear
Punctuational Errors Committed by 10th Grade Students
Development of Poetry in the Elizabethan Period
The Influence of The Number of Exams on Palestinian 9th
Some Translational Problems: Silas Marner as an Example
Themes and Characters in The Yellow Wallpaper.
A Critical Study of Barn Burning
Characteristics in Samuel Johnsons essay On Sorrow
A critical analysis of Ode to Nightingale .
An Introduction to The Story of an Hour .
A Critical Analysis of The Necklace.
A Critical Analysis of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
A Critical Analysis of The Lady with the Lapdog.
A Critical Analysis of Oedipus at Colonus.
An Introduction to Nizar Qabbanis Poems Does he think?
A Critical Analysis of Sailing To Byzantium .
The Effects of Lack Motivation on the Fifth Class Students i
Coherence in Netanyahus Speech at Un General Assembly

Translation of the New Words in the Arab World

Equivalence as Literary Translational Problem



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