Girish Mahajan

1537 in poetry

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1537 in poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).

Contents

Events

  • Clément Marot returns to Paris early this year. Also this year, he bests François de Sagon in a literary quarrel involving an exchange of satires and epigrams.
  • Works published

  • Anonymous, Boccus and Sydrake, publication year uncertain but sometime from 1530 to this year, edited by John Twyne, an encyclopedia in dialogue form, derived from the Old French Sidrac, in which Boccus asks 847 questions and Sidrac answers them (see Sidrak and Bokkus).
  • Births

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • Patrick Adamson (died 1592), Scottish divine, archbishop of St Andrews, diplomat and Latin-language poet
  • Francisco de Aldana (died 1578), Spanish
  • Thomas Preston (died 1598), a master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, an English poet and perhaps a playwright
  • Deaths

    Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • Andrzej Krzycki (born 1482), archbishop, Latin prose writer and Polish-language poet often considered one of that nation's greatest humanist writers
  • Thomas Murner died about this year (born 1475), German satirist, poet and translator
  • Antonio Tebaldeo (born 1463), Italian poet who wrote in both Italian and Latin
  • Gil Vicente (born c. 1465), prominent Portuguese playwright and poet who also wrote in Spanish
  • References

    1537 in poetry Wikipedia


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