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            List of years in poetry       (table) … 1633 .  1634 .  1635 .  1636  . 1637  . 1638  . 1639 … 1640 1641 1642 -1643- 1644 1645 1646 … 1647 .  1648 .  1649 .  1650  . 1651  . 1652  . 1653 …    In literature: 1640 1641 1642 -1643- 1644 1645 1646      Related time period  or  subjects … 1640 . 1641 . 1642 - 1643 - 1644 . 1645 . 1646 … … 1610s . 1620s . 1630s -1640s- 1650s . 1660s . 1670s … 16th century . 17th century . 18th century … Art . Archaeology . Architecture . Literature . Music . Science +... Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France). Contents 1 Events 2 Works published 3 Births 4 Deaths 5 See also 6 Notes Events This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Works published George Wither, Campo-Musae[1] Births Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article: Francisco Antonio de Fuentes y Guzmán (died 1700), Guatemalan historian and poet Fran Krsto Frankopan (died 1671), Croatian poet and politician Joseph de Jouvancy (died 1719), French poet, pedagogue, philologist, and historian François-Joseph de Beaupoil de Sainte-Aulaire (died 1742), French poet and army officer Deaths Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article: November 29 – William Cartwright (born 1611), English dramatist, poet and churchman Banarasidas (born 1586), businessman and poet in Mughal India Christoph Demantius (born 1567), German composer, music theorist, writer and poet Henry Glapthorne (born 1610), English poet and playwright[1] Sir Sidney Godolphin (born 1610), English Cheng Jiasui (born 1565), Chinese landscape painter and poet Pedro de Oña (born 1570), first known Chilean poet Henry Peacham the Younger (born 1578), English poet and writer Sir Thomas Salusbury, 2nd Baronet (born 1612), Welsh politician and poet William Strode (born 1600), English poet Aurelian Townshend (born 1583), English poet and playwright See also Poetry portal Poetry 17th century in poetry 17th century in literature Cavalier poets in England, who supported the monarch against the puritans in the English Civil War Notes ^ a b Cox, Michael, editor, The Concise Oxford Chronology of English Literature, Oxford University Press, 2004, ISBN 0-19-860634-6 v · d · ePoetry of different cultures and languages Albanian epic · American · Anglo-Welsh · Arabic · Australian · Bengali · Bishnupriya Manipuri · Biblical · Byzantine · Canadian · Chinese · Cornish · English · Finnish · French · Greek · Guernésiais · Gujarati · Hindi · Hebrew · Indian · Indian epic · Irish · Italian · Japanese · Javanese · Jèrriais · Kannada · Kashmiri · Korean · Latin · Latin American · Latino · Manx · Marathi · Malayalam · Nepali · Old English · Old Norse · Ottoman · Pakistani · Pashto · Persian · Polish · Punjabi · Rajasthani · Sanskrit (Classical · Vedic) · Scottish · Serbian epic · Sindhi · Slovak · Spanish · Tamil · Telugu · Turkish · Urdu · Welsh v · d · eLists of poets By language Afrikaans · Albanian · Arabic · Armenian · Assamese · Belarusian · Bengali · Bhojpuri · Bulgarian · Catalan · Chinese · Croatian · Danish · Dutch · English · French · German · Greek (Ancient) · Gujarati · Hebrew · Hindi · Icelandic · Indonesian · Irish · Italian · Japanese · Kannada · Kashmiri · Konkani · Korean · Latin · Maithili · Malayalam · Maltese · Manipuri · Marathi · Nepali · Oriya · Pashto · Pennsylvania Dutch · Persian · Polish · Portuguese · Punjabi · Rajasthani · Romanian · Russian · Sanskrit · Sindhi · Slovak · Slovenian · Sorbian · Spanish · Swedish · Tamil · Telugu · Tibetan · Turkic · Ukrainian · Urdu · Welsh · Yiddish By nationality or culture Afghan · American · Argentine · Australian · Austrian · Brazilian · Breton · Canadian · Chicano · Estonian · Finnish · Greek · Indian · Iranian · Irish · Mexican · New Zealander · Nicaraguan · Nigerian · Ottoman · Pakistani · Peruvian · Romani · Romanian · South African · Swedish · Swiss · Turkish By type Anarchist · Early-modern women (UK) · Feminist · Lyric · Modernist · National · Performance · Romantic · Surrealist · War · Women