Chiara Serani

Between God and Fortune: Rereading the English Poetry of Thomas More

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This essay offers some pointers towards a reassessment of the English poetry of St. Thomas More, a production which is generally but unjustly considered as less important than his other literary works. This re-evaluation has been inspired by the reviewing of the first Italian unabridged edition of the English poems by More (Poesie inglesi), a book edited by Carlo M. Bajetta.


  • English poetry
  • Thomas More
  • Carlo M Bajetta


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