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Quarles

(kwɔːlz; kwɑːlz)
n
(Biography) Francis. 1592–1644, English poet
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Quarles

(kwɔrlz, kwɑrlz)

n.
Francis, 1592–1644, English poet.
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References in classic literature ?
We may give a further word of mention to the voluminous Francis Quarles, who in his own day and long after enjoyed enormous popularity, especially among members of the Church of England and especially for his 'Emblems,' a book of a sort common in Europe for a century before his time, in which fantastic woodcuts, like Vaughan's 'Silex Scintillans,' were illustrated with short poems of religious emotion, chiefly dominated by fear.
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