Richard Lovelace

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Noun1.Richard Lovelace - English poet (1618-1857)Richard Lovelace - English poet (1618-1857)    
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From the equally chaotic product of Colonel Richard Lovelace stand out the two well-known bits of noble idealism, 'To Lucasta, Going to the Wars,' and 'To Althea, from Prison.' George Wither (1588-1667), a much older man than Suckling and Lovelace, may be mentioned with them as the writer in his youth of light-hearted love-poems.
In an article written by Richard Lovelace, professor of church history at Gordon Con-well Theological Seminary, published in Christianity Today, the interest of evangelicals and the role of Emilio Castro are clearly underlined:
Hopefully, he will return alive to breathe in a wider prison, as in the words of Richard Lovelace, 'Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage.' He stands divested of liberty and freedom, and will carry the burden of the beastly behaviour meted out to him.
of Arlington, TX, Mack Mercer and wife, Patty of Trophy Club, TX, Richard Lovelace of Paris, France and Dude Lovelace and wife, Renee, of Billings, MT.
364: stone walls do not a prison make- Richard Lovelace, "To Althea, from Prison" (1649)
The second focuses on Richard Lovelace's 1649 poem Lucasta, and the third is an examination of John Milton's 1644 Areopagitica.