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Golden Age of Spiritual Writing #05: Henry Vaughan

Anne Cluysenaar

Golden Age of Spiritual Writing #05: Henry Vaughan

Anne Cluysenaar

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Henry Vaughan was one of a group known as the 'cavalier' poets because they supported the king during the English Civil War. He was a Welshman, educated at Oxford, and his poetry was influenced by George Herbert. This selection of his poetry has been compiled by an acknowledged expert on Vaughan's work.

- Publisher Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) was part of a group known as the "cavalier" poets because they supported the king in the civil war. He was a Welshman, was educated at Oxford, and his poetry was influenced by George Herbert. This anthology is introduced by Anne Cluysenaar, an acknowledged expert on Henry Vaughan's work.

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Henry Vaughan was one of a group known as the 'cavalier' poets because they supported the king during the English Civil War. He was a Welshman, educated at Oxford, and his poetry was influenced by George Herbert. This selection of his poetry has been compiled by an acknowledged expert on Vaughan's work.
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Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) was part of a group known as the "cavalier" poets because they supported the king in the civil war. He was a Welshman, was educated at Oxford, and his poetry was influenced by George Herbert. This anthology is introduced by Anne Cluysenaar, an acknowledged expert on Henry Vaughan's work.
- Publisher

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Anne Cluysenaar

Anne Cluysenaar is a poet who runs the Henry Vaughan Society and edits their magazine Scintilla. She lives in Vaughan's hometown of Usk in Wales.

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