The poem opens with a question to the reader, asking who enjoys the hunt, and
... Line 11 continues the extended metaphor as an explanation of why his hunt of
The speaker says that, for those folks who are into hunting, he knows where to
find a hind (female deer). He is no longer interested in chasing it, but darn he ...
Summary of Lines 1-8 of the poem Whoso List to Hunt. Line-by-line analysis.
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The HyperTexts. Whoso List to Hunt: Modern English Translation original poem
by Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder modern English translation by Michael R. Burch
Whoso list to hunt, I know where is an hind, ... directly derived from the French
word meaning “straddling” or “bestriding” may be construed as a ...
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The 'hind' here could be interpreted as meaning a woman.
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