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Unsequenced sonnets in the sixteenth century
Chris Stamatakis

pathology steeped in Pliny, Hippocrates, Celsus and Galen. 39 Once again, the sonnet exists by itself as an unsequenced, stand-alone poem reflecting on the art of Englishing and the literary status of the ensuing work. Baldwin’s sonnet is the sole paratext between the title page and the table of contents, and it serves as an encomium to and a defence of Langton’s book of medical lore

in The early modern English sonnet