Sir John Suckling (10 February 1609 – after May 1641) was an English poet and
a prominent figure among those renowned for careless gaiety and wit, the ...
A popular label for many poets in seventeenth-century Britain has been "Cavalier
," and the person who usually comes first to mind is Sir John Suckling.
The English poet and playwright Sir John Suckling (1609-1642) was one of the
Cavalier poets of the reign of Charles I. Born into an old Norfolk family early in ...
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Poem Hunter all poems of by Sir John Suckling poems. 15 poems of Sir John
Suckling. Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget
Essays and criticism on John Suckling - Critical Essays.
His father, also Sir John Suckling, had been knighted by King James I and was
successively master of requests, comptroller of the household and secretary of ...
If of herself she cannot love, Nothing can make her: The devil take her! Sir John
Suckling (February 10, 1609 – June 1, 1642) was an English Cavalier poet.
“Easy, natural Suckling” has won for himself, since the days of the restoration and
Congreve's Millamant, an assured place in the bead-roll of English poets as ...
Sir John Suckling. 1646. I tell thee, Dick, where I have been, Where I the rarest
things have seen; Oh, things without compare! Such sights again cannot be