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Thou farest as fruit that with the frost is taken; / To-day ready ripe, to-morrow all to shaken.
The Frailty and Hurtfulness of Beauty.
Henry Howard,
Earl of Surrey
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey
 
WORK
 
The Poetical Works
Sixty selections from the Tudor poet who was the first practitioner of blank verse in English.
 
 
ANTHOLOGIZED SELECTIONS
 
Complaint of the Absence of Her Lover; Complaint of the Absence of Her Lover; Description of Spring; The Means to attain Happy Life; The Means to Attain Happy Life
 
 
WRITINGS ABOUT HOWARD
 
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey
Chapter sections by Harold H. Child with bibliography from the Cambridge History of English Literature.



 
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