1641 in literature
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The year 1641 in literature involved some significant events.
- March 12 - Abraham Cowley's play The Guardian is acted before Prince Charles (later to be King Charles II) at Trinity College, Cambridge.
- Pierre Corneille marries Marie de Lampérière.
- Sir William Davenant is convicted of high treason.
- Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon becomes an advisor to King Charles I of England.
- George Abbot - Vindiciae Sabbathi
- Moses Amyraut - De l'elevation de la foy et de l'abaissement de la raison en la creance des mysteres de la religion
- Richard Baker - Apologie for Laymen's Writing in Divinity, with a Short Meditation upon the Fall of Lucifer
- Sir Edward Coke - The Complete Copyholder
- Luís Vélez de Guevara - El Diablo cojuelo
- William Habington - Observations upon History
- Joseph Hall - Episcopacy by Divine Right
- Samuel Hartlib (nominal author, really by Gabriel Plattes) - A Description of the Famous Kingdom of Macaria
- Thomas Heywood - The Life of Merlin surnamed Ambrosius
- Thomas Hobbes - De Cive
- Sir Francis Kynaston - Leoline and Sydanis
- John Milton - Of Reformation
- Sir Robert Naunton - Fragmenta Regalia, or Observations on the late Queen Elizabeth, her Times and Favourites (posthumously published)
- Gabriel Plattes - A Description of the Famous Kingdome of Macaria
- Sir Henry Spelman - De Sepultura
- Heinrich Stahl - Leyen Spiegel
- John Taylor - John Taylors Last Voyage and Adventure
- Nicolaes Tulp - Observationes Medicae
- John Wilkins - Mercury, or The Secret and Swift Messenger
- Richard Braithwaite - Mercurius Britanicus
- Richard Brome - A Jovial Crew
- Abraham Cowley - The Guardian
- John Day - The Parliament of Bees published
- John Denham - The Sophy
- Thomas Jordan - The Walks of Islington and Hogsdon
- Thomas Killigrew - The Prisoners and Claricilla published
- Shackerley Marmion - The Antiquary published
- James Shirley - The Cardinal
- John Tatham - The Distracted State
- April 15 - Sir Robert Sibbald, historian (died 1722)
- March - Laurence Hyde, 1st Earl of Rochester, politician and writer (died 1711)
- May 10 - Sir Dudley North, economist (died 1691)
- May - Juan Núñez de la Peña, historian (died 1721)
- October - Henry Dodwell, theologian (died 1711)
- date unknown - Pierre Allix, Protestant author (died 1717)
- date unknown - Thomas Rymer, historian (died 1713)
- probable - William Sherlock, theologian (died 1707)
- January 11
- April 13 - Richard Montagu, theologian (born 1577)
- August 9 - Augustine Baker, religious writer (born 1575)
- August - Sir William Vaughan, writer (born 1575)
- date unknown - Arthur Johnston, poet (born c. 1579)
- date unknown - Gerard de Malynes, merchant and author (born 1586)