Vaughan's “The Retreat" has been compared to Wordsworth's

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. Crashaw was expelled from his Fellowship for

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Marvell's finest poem is the noble

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Richard Crashaw was an eloquent

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Vaughan was at heart a

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John Donne revolted against the tradition of

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Herbert's collection of religious poems The Temple, Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations was published in

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With Donne, it may be said Caroline poetry

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Crashaw's secular poems were called

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A Priest to the Temple: or the Country Parson, his Character and Rule of Holy Life is a ………. of George Herbert

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Richard Crashaw was born in

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Richard Crashaw was a

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Which work of John Donne was highly approved by james I as a contribution to anti-Catholic controversy?

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‘Annihilating all that's made, To a green thought in a green shade.’ These lines occur in Marvell's

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Silex Scintillans was a collection of Vaughan's

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Steps to the Temple was the name given to his collection of

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, A serious illness in………. led to Vaughan's deep religious fervour

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John Donne was imprisoned for his

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George Herbert was educated at

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Andrew Marvell was the son of

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About Cowley's collection of poems The Mistress, who remarked that it had no power of seduction?

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Marvell's political satires look forward to those of

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Herbert died at the early age of

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Marvell became Latin Secretary to Milton and Member of Parliament in

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Donne's poetry falls into ………… divisions.

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Henry Vaughan regarded himself as a disciple of

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Vaughan died in

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Donne's The Progress of the Soul and Metempsychosis are illustrations of his

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Cowley’s imitations of Pindar set the style for the

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Henry Vaughan studied law and became a

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