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Waves of Wo

Colin Burrow: George Gascoigne, 5 July 2001

A Hundreth Sundrie Flowres 
by George Gascoigne, edited by G.W. Pigman.
Oxford, 781 pp., £100, October 2000, 0 19 811779 5
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... probably his best and certainly his most famous poem, ruefully turns a bad afternoon’s hunting with Lord Grey into a lament that the poet has always missed the mark. These poems suggest that Gascoigne was attempting to align his authorial voice with a mode of learned, rueful and reflective wisdom. That sits uneasily beside his other aim, which was to use ...

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