Andrew Marvell

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All the lyric poets of whom I have told you were Royalists, but the Puritans too had their poets, and before ending this chapter I would like to tell you a little of Andrew Marvell, a Parliamentary poet.
Andrew Marvell, a very moderate Puritan, joined with Milton in his office of Latin Secretary under Cromwell, wrote much poetry of various sorts, some of it in the Elizabethan octosyllabic couplet.
A Sir Walter Raleigh B Ben Jonson C Andrew Marvell D John Donne 15.
Comprising works by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, John James Ingalls, Andrew Marvell, Edward Rowland Sill, Gaius Valerius Catullus, Charlotte Bronte, and Berton Braley, this is yet another pallet of high-octane fuel for the soul.
Andrew Marvell registers this logic of domination in his Epigramma in Duos Montes Amosclivum et Bilboreum.
ANDREW MARVELL (Winestead-in-Holderness, Yorkshire,
Part III is headed 'How Andrew Marvell read Gerard's Herbal'.
By what collective name are such 17th century poets as John Donne, George Herbert and Andrew Marvell known?
Andrew Marvell, author of the famous seduction poem To his Coy Mistress, described him as "the only man in England that had the true vein of satire" while Voltaire troubled himself to translate some of his lines and called him "the man of genius, the great poet.
Acheson cites examples of horticultural and tactical manuals that blend the two orientations, and in the poetry of Andrew Marvell locates a corollary not only to this mixture of orientations but also to the visual convergence of military and horticultural genres, specifically the perplexing image of the militarized garden in Upon Appleton House.
She finds proof of her images' capacity to migrate in their verbal reflections in the work of Andrew Marvell, John Milton, and Aphra Behn.
Hull points to Philip Larkin having set many of his poems there including The Whitsun Weddings and Toads and that 17th century metaphysical poet Andrew Marvell was educated there.