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Where shall I have at mine own will

DMI number:
49308
First Line:
Where shall I have at mine own will
Last Line:
For I am gone for evermore
Poem Genre / Form:
Complaint
Themes:
Love
Related People
Author:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
Content/Publication
Title:
Songs and Sonnets (1st edition) [S93062]
Page No(s):
Gir-Giv
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets (2nd edition) [S106407]
Page No(s):
sig. Giiiv-Giiiir
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets (3rd edition) [S125715]
Page No(s):
Giiiv-Givr
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
None
Attributed To:
Not attributed
Title:
Songs and Sonnets [S106259] [13864]
Page No(s):
D3v-D4r
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets [S106335] [13866]
Page No(s):
D3v-D4r
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets [S106338] [13867]
Page No(s):
D3v-D4r
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets [S118799] [13868]
Page No(s):
D2v-D3r
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets [S122122] [13863]
Page No(s):
D3v-D4r
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Title:
Songs and Sonnets [S93065] [13865]
Page No(s):
D3v-D4r
Poem Title:
The lover complaineth himself forsaken.
Attribution:
In section subscribed 'T. Wyate the elder'
Attributed To:
Sir Thomas Wyatt