1647 in literature
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The year 1647 in literature involved some significant events.
- Thomas Hobbes becomes tutor to the future Charles II of England.
- Plagiarist Robert Baron publishes his Deorum Dona, a masque, and Gripus and Hegio, a pastoral, which draw heavily on the poems of Edmund Waller and John Webster's The Duchess of Malfi. The masque claims to have been performed before "Flaminius and Clorinda, King and Queen of Cyprus, at their regal palace in Nicosia," a fantasy with no relation to the actual history of Cyprus.
- "Beaumont and Fletcher" - Comedies and Tragedies... (first folio collection of the plays of John Fletcher and his various collaborators)
- René Descartes - Les principes de la philosophie (French version of the original Latin work)
- John Lilburne - Rash Oaths
- John Lilly - Christian Astrology
- Thomas May - The History of the Parliament of England
- Antony Brewer - The Country Girl
- Marchmont Nedham ("Mercurius Pragmaticus") - The Levellers Levelled, or the Independents' Conspiracy to Root Out Monarchy
- Jean Rotrou
- Don Bertrand de Cabrère
- Samuel Sheppard - The Committee-Man Curried
- Johann von Rist - Das friedewünschende Teutschland
- Abraham Cowley - The Mistress
- Henry More - Philosophical Poems
- Johan van Heemskerk - Batavische Arcadia
- April 1 - John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, poet (died 1680)
- August 12 - Johann Heinrich Acker, philosophical writer (died 1719)
- November 18 - Pierre Bayle (died 1706)
- date unknown