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1634 in poetry

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1634 in poetry

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  • The Duke de Medinaceli forces Spanish poet Francisco de Quevedo into a 3-month marriage with Doña Esperanza de Aragón.
  • Great Britain

  • Richard Brathwaite, Anniversaries upon his Panarete, anonymously published (see also Anniversaries [...] Continued 1635)
  • Richard Crashaw, Epigrammatum Sacrorum Liber, published anonymously
  • William Habington, Castara, anonymously published
  • Alice Sutcliffe, Meditations of Man's Mortalitie: or, A Way to True Blessednesse, in prose and verse
  • Other

  • Marie de Gournay, also known as Marie le Jars, demoiselle de Gournay, Les Avis et presents, including a feminist tract, translations, moral essays and verse (revised from the original version, Ombre 1626; again revised 1641), France
  • Lope de Vega, Spain, La Gatomaquia ("The Catfight"), a mock epic, and Rimas humanas y divinas del licenciado Tomé de Burguillos
  • Births

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

  • January 16 - Dorothe Engelbretsdotter (died 1716), Norwegian poet
  • December 15 - Thomas Kingo (died 1703), Danish bishop, poet and hymn-writer
  • Deaths

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

  • May 12 - George Chapman (born 1559), English dramatist, translator and poet
  • June 25 - John Marston (born 1576), English dramatist, poet and satirist
  • August 23 (bur.) - Tomos Prys (born c. 1564), Welsh-language poet
  • Adriano Banchieri (born 1568), Italian composer, music theorist, organist and poet
  • Possible date - John Webster (born c. 1580), English Jacobean dramatist and poet
  • References

    1634 in poetry Wikipedia

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