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I'd include Ann Lok's son Henry (more religious sonnets) and Queen
Elizabeth herself.
joel davis

>  Leigh Harrison:
>
>But this leads me to a question I hope you can answer: just how many
>"known" sonneteers can we list from the 16th c.?
>
>Wiser and more knowledgeable heads will no doubt be able to list
>many more, but as a starting point here are the sonneteers
>represented in Sidney Lee's two volumes of Elizabethan Sonnets from
>the English Garner:
>
>Philip Sidney, Thomas Watson, Barnabe Barnes, Thomas Lodge, Giles
>Fletcher, Henry Constable, Samuel Daniel, William Percy, Anon (of
>course!), Michael Drayton, Edmund Spenser, Bartholomew Griffin,
>Richard Linche, William Smith, Robert Tofte, and (one sonnet by)
>Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford. He also mentions, but does not
>include, Fulke Greville, E.C. (author of Emaricdulfe) and William
>Drummond. No women, of course! One might also add Wyatt and Surrey
>from an earlier generation, plus Sir John Davies, and - oh,
>Shakespeare...
>
>Who else is missing?
>
>Charlie

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