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The following article deals with the transformation of the Petrachan idea of love in the work of Lady Mary Wroth (1587-1631), the first woman poet to write a secular sonnet sequence in English literature, Pamphilia to Amphilanthus. The author of the article discusses the literary and historical context of the work, the position of female poets in early modern England and then focuses on the main differences in Wroth's treatment of the topic of heterosexual love: the reversal of gender roles,doi:10.1515/pjes-2016-0001 fatcat:66thgse2xzgjxi4ahw2qf7d4cy