Both Wyatt and Surrey have been called, 'Father of the English Sonnet."
Wyatt imitates this Italian Renaissance poet in his sonnets. One word, capitalized.
The standard sonnet has this many lines. arabic numerals.
Generally the tone of Wyatt's poetry is positive and hopeful. He accepts the things he cannot change.
Typically every sonnet has one of these, a central metaphor, often elaborate and sometimes ridiculous. What is it called? One word, lowercase.
Which king is tacitly referred to in 'Whoso List to Hunt'?
What is the name of the woman with whom Wyatt is supposed to have had an affair? Two words, both uppercase.
Most sonnets have a fixed structure, composed of an octave (first 8 lines) and a sestet (last 6 lines). Line 9 often represents a 'turn' or transition from one to the other. What is the name of this 'turn'? One word, lower case.
What is the meter of the standard sonnet?
Each line of the standard English sonnet must have this number of syllables. arabic numerals.