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1736 in poetry

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  • John Armstrong, The Oeconomy of Love, published anonymously
  • Isaac Hawkins Browne the elder, A Pipe of Tobacco, anonymously published, imitating Colly Cibber, Ambrose Philips, James Thomson, Edward Young, Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift
  • Mather Byles, To His Excellency Governor Belcher, on the Death of His lady. An Epistle. English Colonial America
  • William Dawson, Poems on Several Occasions, anonymously published; influenced by the style of Alexander Pope; English, Colonial America
  • Stephen Duck, Poems on Several Occasions
  • William Melmoth the Younger, Two Episodes of Horace Imitated
  • Alexander Pope
  • Bounce to Fop: An heroick epistle from a dog at Twickenham to a dog at court
  • The Works of Alexander Pope, Volumes 3: fables, translations and imitations; Volume 4 includes The Dunciad (see also Works 1717, 1735 and 1737)
  • Elizabeth Rowe, The History of Joseph
  • James Thomson, last two parts of Liberty (see also Antient and Modern Italy; Greece; Rome 1735):
  • Britain, Part 4
  • The Prospect, Part 5, the last part
  • Other

  • Johann Jakob Bodmer, Brief-Wechsel von der Natur des poetischen Geschmackes ("Exchange of letters on the nature of poetic taste"), German-language, published in Switzerland, criticism
  • Births

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

  • May 8 – Caterina Dolfin (died 1793), Venetian poet
  • June 28 – Gottlieb Konrad Pfeffel (died 1809), German writer, military scientist, educator and poet
  • July 1 – Annis Boudinot Stockton (died 1801), poet and sponsor of literary salons in Colonial New Jersey
  • October 27 – James Macpherson (died 1796), Scottish poet
  • Charles Jenner
  • Johann Gottlieb Willamov (died 1777), German
  • Hedvig Löfwenskiöld (died 1789), Swedish poet
  • Deaths

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

  • Kada no Azumamaro 荷田春満 (born 1669), Japanese early Edo period poet, philologist and teacher as well as poetry tutor to one of the sons of Emperor Reigen; together with Keichū, co-founder of the kokugaku ("national studies") intellectual movement (surname: Kada)
  • Thomas Yalden (born 1670), English poet and translator
  • References

    1736 in poetry Wikipedia

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