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1628 in poetry

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1628 in poetry

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Contents

Great Britain

  • John Clavell, A Recantation of an Ill Led Life; or, A Discoverie of the High-way Law
  • Phineas Fletcher, 'Brittain's Ida, published anonymously; has been attributed to Edmund Spenser and Giles Fletcher the younger
  • Robert Gomersall, The Levites Revenge
  • Robert Hayman, Qvodlibets ("What you will"), the first book of English poetry written in what would become Canada, written by the Proprietary Governor of Bristol's Hope colony in Newfoundland
  • Thomas May, translator, Virgil's Georgicks Englished
  • Henry Reynolds, Torquato Tasso's Aminta Englisht
  • George Wither, Britain's Remembrancer: Containing a narration of the plague lately past (see also Haleluiah 1641)
  • Other

  • Luis de Góngora, a calf-bound, de luxe, three-volume edition of the author's works, authorized and compiled in collaboration with Antonio Chacón y Ponce de León in 1620, considered to be the most authoritative version of Gongora's works. The "publication" here was the book's presentation to the Conde-Duque de Olivares
  • Births

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

  • January 30 – George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham (died 1687), English statesman and poet
  • Bahinabai (died 1700), Varkari female poet-saint from Maharashtra
  • François Colletet (died 1680), French
  • Zbigniew Morsztyn (died 1689), Polish poet
  • Deaths

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

  • February – Christopher Brooke, English poet, lawyer and politician
  • February 3 – Simon Goulart (born 1543) Swiss, French-language clergyman, writer and poet
  • February 5 (bur.) – Christopher Middleton, (born c. 1560), English poet and translator
  • August 1 – Juraj Baraković (born 1548), Croatian Renaissance poet from Zadar
  • September 30 – Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke (born 1554), English poet, dramatist and statesman
  • October 16 – François de Malherbe (born 1555), French
  • References

    1628 in poetry Wikipedia


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