Fun Fact: Sonnet Etymology

Fun facts about Sonnets

Sonnets are poems of fourteen lines, invented in Italy by the poet Giacomo da Lentini in the 13th century. The name comes from the Italian word sonetto, which is related to the Latin word sonus for “sound.”

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