Seventeenth-century Verse and Prose, Volume 1
Volume One: Poets included are Lancelot Andrewes, Francis Bacon, John Donne, Ben Jonson, Robert Burton, Phineas Fletcher, Giles Fletcher, George Wither, Thomas Hobbes, Robert Herrick, George Herbert, Izaak Walton, Thomas Carew, Sir Thomas Browne, Sir William Davenant, Edmund Waller, Sir John Suckling, Abraham Cowley, Andrew Marvell, and Henry Vaughan.
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