What is the struture or form of "I Find No Peace" by Sir Thomas Wyatt?
This poem is written in a form that is very similar to a Petrarchan sonnet. It has 14 lines and a rhyme scheme that divides it into an octave (a group of eight lines) and a sestet (a group of six lines). However, there are some variations on its form compared to a Petrarchan...
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Topic: Sir Thomas Wyatt: "I find no peace,and all my war is done"
My question is about line 11: 'I love another,and thus I hate myself'
What does it mean?
Why is there 'thus'?
How these two sentences logically follow each other?
Thank you in advance