Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski (1550 - 1581 / Poland)
Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski (1550-1581) was a Polish religious poet remembered for writing metaphysical sonnets with inverted word orders.
A forerunner of Baroque poetry, he wrote predominantly religious poetry akin to that of the English Metaphysical poets. In this period satire and pastoral were the most popular forms.
Szarzynski was a full-fledged baroque poet avant la ... more »
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- Cupid's Statue
- Epitaph To Rome
- Fortune's Statue
- Song I
- Song II
- Song III
- Song IV
- Song V
- Song VI
- Sonnet I
- Sonnet II
- Sonnet III (To the Virgin Mary)
- Sonnet IV
- Sonnet V
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