Complete Poetry and Selected Prose

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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
Born in London 1572
Matriculated Hart Hall, Oxford Oct. 1584
Transferred to Trinity College, Cambridge 1587
Admitted to Lincoln's Inn May, 1592.
Foreign Travel ? (c. 1594-1596)
Foreign Service with the Earl of Essex June, 1596
The Azores Expedition (The Islands Voyage) Aug., 1597
Secretary to Sir Thomas Egerton 1598-1602
Songs and Sonets, Problemes, Paradoxes, composed c. 1590-1601
Married to Anne More Dec., 1601
Imprisoned in the Fleet by Sir George More Feb., 1602
Marriage ratified April, 1602
Residence with Sir Francis Wooley at Pyrford 1602-1604
Residence at Mitcham 1605-1609
Employed by Thomas Mortonc. 1605-1607
Biathanatos composed 1608
Hon. M.A., Oxford April, 1610
Residence at Drury House 1610
Composition of Divine poems and Pseudo-Martyr 1610
Ignatius his Conclave, published 1611
Anatomy of the World, published 1611
The Second Anniversary, published 1612
Continental Travel with Sir Robert Drury Nov., 1611-Sept., 1612.
Essays in Divinity, composed (pub. 1651) c. 1615
Ordained priest Jan. 23rd, 1614/5
Doctor of Divinity, Cambridge April, 1615
First surviving Sermon (To the Queen at Greenwich) April 30th, 1615
Presented to the livings of Keyston and Sevenoaks 1614/5
Reader in Divinity to the Benchers of Lincoln's Inn Oct., 1616-Feb., 1622
Preached to the Earl of Dorset at Knole July 27th, 1617
First Sermon preached at Paul's Cross March 24th., 1617
Death of his wife Aug., 1617
With Lord Doncaster's Embassy to Germany May, 1619-1620

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Chronological Table xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • The Poems xix
  • Songs & Sonets 1
  • Epigrams 57
  • Elegies and Heroicall Epistle 63
  • Heroicall Epistle 99
  • Epithalamions, Ormarriage Songs 101
  • Satyres 119
  • Verse Letters to Severall Personages 143
  • An Anatomie of the World 1st & 2nd Anniversaries 193
  • Epicedes & Obsequies Epitaphs 229
  • Divine Poems 273
  • Latin Poems and Translations 323
  • The Prose 329
  • Introduction to the Prose Selections 331
  • Paradoxes & Problemes 333
  • Ignatius His Conclave 355
  • Miscellaneous Prose 411
  • Letters 437
  • Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions 505
  • Sermons 553
  • Notes 761
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