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1622 in poetry

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


Great Britain

  • Robert Aylet:
  • Peace with Her Foure Garders: Five morall meditations
  • Thrifts Equipage: Five divine and morall meditations
  • Sir John Davies, Nosce Teipsum (see also Nosce Teipsum 1599, 1619)
  • Michael Drayton, The Second Part, or a Continuance of Poly-Olbion from the Eighteenth Song (see Poly-Olbion, Part 1, 1612)
  • John Hagthorpe, Divine Meditations, and Elegies
  • Patrick Hannay, The Nightingale, Sheretine and Mariana. A Happy Husband. Eligies on the Death of Queene Anne. Songs and Sonnets. (A Happy Husband first published separately in 1619 with Richard Brathwait's Description of a Good Wife; Elegies on Queene Anne also published separately in 1619)
  • Abraham Holland, Naumachia; or, Holland's sea-fight
  • Samuel Rowlands, Good News and Bad Newes
  • John Taylor, A Memorial of all the English Monarchs
  • George Wither:
  • Faire-Virtue, the Mistresse of Phil'arete
  • Juvenilia
  • Other

  • Ivan Gundulić, Tears of the Prodigal Son Croatian work published in Venice, Italy
  • Theophile de Viau, Le Parnasse satyrique, a collection of licentious poems, published under his name, although many of the pieces were written by others; the publication led to de Viau's denunciation by the Jesuits in 1623 and a death sentence, later amended to exile within France; France
  • John of the Cross (died 1591), Spiritual Canticle, Spanish mystical poem, largely written in 1577, first published, in French translation in Paris
  • Alessandro Tassoni, La secchia rapita ("The Rape of the Bucket"), a mock-heroic epic poem; Italy
  • Births

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

  • January 15 – Molière (died 1673), French playwright, poet and actor
  • Francesc Fontanella (died 1685), Catalan poet, dramatist and priest
  • Luo Mu (died 1706), Chinese painter, poet and prose writer
  • Deaths

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

  • June 4 – Péter Révay (born 1568), Hungarian poet, nobleman, Royal Crown Guard for the Holy Crown of Hungary, state official, soldier and historian
  • August 21 – Juan de Tassis, 2nd Count of Villamediana (born 1582), Spanish
  • November 4 – Francisco Rodrigues Lobo (born 1580), Portuguese poet and bucolic writer, drowned
  • December 13 – Johannes Vodnianus Campanus (born 1572), Czech poet and playwright
  • John Owen (born 1560), Welsh poet and epigrammatist writing in Latin
  • Mathew Roydon (born 1580), English poet associated with the School of Night group of poets and writers
  • References

    1622 in poetry Wikipedia

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