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Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance,
Irish or France).
In the last year of
Spanish poet Lope de Vega's life, his illegitimate son Lope Félix, also a poet, is drowned in a shipwreck off the coast of Venezuela and his youngest daughter Antonia Clara is abducted.
Works published [ edit ]
The Hierarchie of the Blessed Angells, has the much-quoted passage "Mellifluous Shakes-peare, whose inchanting Quill/Commanded Mirth or Passion ... [1 ]
Philocothonista; or, The Drunkard, Opened, Dissected, and Anatomized [1 ]
Francis Quarles, Emblemes [1 ]
Joseph Rutter, The Shepheard's Holy-Day: A pastorall tragi-comaedie [1 ]
George Wither, A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Moderne, with emblems printed from engravings originally produced by Crispijn van de Passe the Elder for Gabriel Rollenhagen's Nucleus Emblematorum 1611– 1613 [1 ]
Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:
Thomas Randolph (born 1605), English poet and dramatist April 7 –
Leonard Digges (born 1588), English poet and translator April 25 –
Alessandro Tassoni (born 1565), Italian July 28 –
Richard Corbet (born 1582), English August 7 –
Friedrich Spee (born 1591), German Jesuit and poet August 27 –
Lope de Vega (born 1562), Spanish poet and playwright ( scarlet fever) October 18 –
Jean de Schelandre (born c. 1585), French
Nef'i (born 1582), Ottoman Empire [4 ]
Shen Yixiu (born 1590), Chinese poet and mother of female poets Ye Xiaoluan, Ye Wanwan and Ye Xiaowan [5 ]
See also [ edit ]
^ a b c d e Cox, Michael, ed. (2004). The Concise Oxford Chronology of English Literature. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-860634-6.
^ Hamos, Andrea Warren, "Bocángel y Unzueta, Gabriel" in Bleiberg, Germán, Dictionary of the literature of the Iberian peninsula, Volume 1 p. 221. Retrieved from Google Books 2011-09-05.
^ Clark, Alexander Frederick Bruce (1971). . Franklin, Burt. pp. 308–309. Boileau and the French Classical Critics in England (1660-1830) ISBN 978-0-8337-4046-5 . Retrieved . 2010-02-11
^ Preminger, Alex; Brogan, T. V. F. et al. (1993). The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. New York: MJF Books/Fine Communications.
^ Chang, Kang-i Sun; Saussy, Haun; Kwong, Charles Yim-tze (1999). . Stanford University Press. p. 267. Women writers of traditional China: an anthology of poetry and criticism ISBN 978-0-8047-3231-4.