Philip Sidney

Philip Sidney

Died: October 17, 1586, Arnhem, Netherlands Website Facebook Twitter

Sir Philip Sidney was an English poet, courtier, scholar, and soldier, who is remembered as one of the most prominent figures of the Elizabethan age.

8 posts

Pastoral Romantic

by Philip Sidney and others in Figures of Speech

Biblical I am sure, the romanticism of El is a blatant assumption of King and Country and Deity. Coupled to the past hardly resembles a choice, yet the thematic 'rembrancers' asks, Why Iota ask Why?

Ironic Altruism

by Philip Sidney and Charles Dickens in Figures of Speech

A living contradiction of ironic altruism is the redundancy of a best friend on her best behaviour. We domesticated the wolf to the point of abuse and yet they persist, in our presence and constant companionship. We owe them a lifetime of gratitude and friendship in kind. 

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