1562, Aug 241586, Sep 20
an English conspirator and poet. He is sometimes erroneously referred to as Charles. Tichborne's Elegy (his rhyming, final soliloquy poem), uses two favorite Renaissance figures of speech - antithesis and paradox - to crystallize the tragedy of the poet's situation. Often a Renaissance poem will begin with antithesis to establish circumstances and reveal its themes through paradox. The Elegy is remarkable for being written almost entirely in monosyllables.
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