Taylor & Francis, 2003 - 90 pagina's
A great survivor among the Cavalier poets, most of his poems were composed in a remote Devonshire parish. Even so, the body of his poetry is large and his religious vocationhardly shows in the almost innocent exhuberanceof his fine verse.
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The Argument of his Book
The Bad Season Makes the Poet Sad
The Sadness of Things for Sapphos Sickness
His Poetry his Pillar
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