Tho. wyatis translatyon of Plutarckes boke, of the quyete of mynde [translator; from Guillaume Budé's Latin version of Plutarch's De tranquillitate et securitate animi] (essay) 1528
*The court of Venus. With the Pilgrim's Tale. In verse (poetry) c. 1538
Certayne psalmes chosen out of the psalter of Dauid, called thee. vii. penytentiall psalmes, drawen into englyshe meter by sir T. Wyat [translator] (poetry) 1549
†Songes and Sonettes, Written by the Ryght Honorable Lorde Henry Haward Late Earle of Surrey, and Other (poetry) 1557
The Works of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, and of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder. 2 vols. (poetry) 1816
Collected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt (poetry) 1949
Sir Thomas Wyatt and His Circle, Unpublished Poems Edited from the Blage Manuscript (poetry) 1961
Collected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt (poetry) 1969
Sir Thomas Wyatt: Collected Poems (poetry) 1975
Sir Thomas Wyatt: The Complete Poems (poetry) 1978
*This work, a poetry anthology that contains at least five, and possibly more, poems by Wyatt, survives in three fragments. The first fragment was published under the title above around 1538; the second was probably published around 1549 with the subtitle A Boke of Balettes; the third was likely published around 1563 as The courte of Venus. Newly and diligently corrected with many proper ballades newly amended, and also added therunto which haue not before bene imprinted.
†This volume, which is also known as Tottel's Miscellany, for its publisher, Richard Tottel, contains poems by Wyatt as well as Surrey.