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  • There are lengthy digressions on Milton, Fulke Greville and Marvell, poets whose vivid personal histories Greville was murdered by a servant in 1628 make for good reading but whose connection with the Cavalier theme seems tangential.

    Pens at the Ready

  • During the time I've been working on this book, four more names have been put forward: the poet and courtier Fulke Greville, the Irish rebel William Nugent, the poet Aemelia Lanier (of Jewish descent and thought by some to be the unnamed Dark Lady of the Sonnets), and the Elizabethan diplomat Henry Neville.

    "Contested Will"

  • Some people suspect that Fulke Greville wrote several works ascribed to William Shakespeare, and that he was buried with the evidence at St. Mary's church in Warwick.

    Craved Plays Saved in Grave?

  • Great Regulars: My favorite poem for Halloween was written in the 16th century: the hundredth poem in "Caelica," a book-length sequence composed over a lifetime by Fulke Greville 1554-1628.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Fulke Greville slunk away, sloping even his proud shoulders, to a chair.

    The Common Reader, Second Series

  • Thomas Proctor (p. iiir), and Fulke Greville (iv, 78-79).

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • “The Brasen-Age is now, when Earth is worne,” wrote Fulke Greville


  • Sad it was to be a court favourite like Fulke Greville, who four times, thirsting for strange lands, was plucked back to England by Elizabeth.

    English Travellers of the Renaissance

  • Sidney, Fulke Greville, the Earl of Essex, and Secretary Davison, we see how seriously the aim of travel was inculcated.

    English Travellers of the Renaissance

  • It is by his biography of Sidney that Fulke Greville is best known.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"


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