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17th century in poetry

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17th century in poetry


  • Thomas Kingo, Aandelige Siunge-Koor ("Spiritual Choirs"), hymns, some of which are still sung
  • Other

  • Martin Opitz, Das Buch der Deutschen Poeterey ("A Book of German Poetics"), Germany
  • Danish poets

  • Anders Arrebo (1587–1637)
  • Anders Bording (1619–1677)
  • Thomas Kingo (1634–1703)
  • Ludvig Holberg (1684–1754), Danish/Norwegian poet and playwright
  • German poets

  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (1680–1747)
  • Paul Gerhart (1607–1676)
  • Andreas Gryphius (1616–1664)
  • Joachim Neander (1650–1680)
  • Martin Opitz (1597–1639)
  • Norwegian poets

  • Petter Dass (1647–1707)
  • Dorothe Engelbretsdatter (1643–1716)
  • Ludvig Holberg (1684–1754), Danish/Norwegian poet and playwright
  • Swedish poets

  • Georg Stiernhielm (1598–1672)
  • Samuel Columbus (1642–1679)
  • Urban Hiarne (1641–1724)
  • Lars Wivallius (1605–1669)
  • Lars Johansson (1638–1674)
  • Gunno Eurelius Dahlstierna (1661–1709)
  • Samuel Triewald (1688–1743)
  • Jacob Frese (1691–1729)
  • Johan Runius (1679–1713)
  • Italian, Latin-language poets

  • Gerolamo Aleandro (1574–1629), Italian, Latin-language poet
  • Japanese poets

  • Kada no Azumamaro 荷田春満 (1669–1736), 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
  • Kamo no Mabuchi 賀茂真淵 (1697–1769), Edo period poet and philologist
  • Matsuo Bashō 松尾 芭蕉 (1644–1694), the most famous Edo period poet, recognized for his works in the collaborative haikai no renga form; now more recognized as a master of haiku
  • Naito Joso (1662–1704), Genroku period haiku poet, a principal disciple of Bashō
  • Nishiyama Sōin 西山宗因, born Nishiyama Toyoichi 西山豊一 (1605–1682), early Tokugawa period haikai-no-renga (comical renga) poet who founded the Danrin ("talkative forest") school of haikai poetry
  • Nozawa Bonchō 野沢 凡兆 (c. 1640 – 1714), haikai poet
  • Sonome 斯波 園女 (1664–1726), woman poet, friend and noted correspondent of Matsuo Bashō
  • Takarai Kikaku 宝井其角, also known as "Enomoto Kikaku" (1661–1707), haiku poet and disciple of Matsuo Bashō
  • Persian-language poets

  • Abul Ma'āni Abdul Qader Bedil also known as "Abdol-Qader Bidel Dehlavi" (1642–1720)
  • Zeb-un-Nissa Makhfi (1637–1702)
  • Sheikh Bahaii, Scientist, architect, philosopher, and poet (1546-1620)
  • South Asia

  • Akho (1591–1659), poet, Vedantist and radical
  • Rupa Bhavani (1621–1721), Indian, Kashmiri-language poet
  • Arnos Paathiri, also known as "Johann Ernst Hanxleden" (1681–1732), a German Jesuit priest, missionary in India and a Malayalam/Sanskrit poet, grammarian, lexicographer, and philologist
  • Premanand (poet) (1640–1700) nonreligious Indian poet who wrote originally in Hindi, but when reprimanded by his guru, switched to Gujarati, which he vowed to develop into a language of fine literary expression
  • Wali Muhammad Wali, Wali Deccani (1667–1707), Urdu-language poet
  • Mirza Mazhar Jan-e-Janaan (1699–1781), Urdu-language poet
  • References

    17th century in poetry Wikipedia

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