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- Author: Sir John Suckling
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Between 1637 and 1641, Sir John Suckling completed three plays: Aglaura (pr., pb. 1638), The Goblins (pr. 1638), and Brennoralt (pr. 1646). The Sad One, an unfinished fragment, was written sometime earlier. Aglaura was published in 1638 in folio format; none of the other plays was printed during the poet’s lifetime. Most of Suckling’s fifty-odd letters are personal in subject matter, but two of them—one to “A Gentleman in Norfolk” and one to Henry Jermyn—are essentially political tracts dealing with...
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