By N. Maltzahn
This well timed and definitive chronology of Andrew Marvell is an invaluable source for any pupil, historian, literary student or normal reader drawn to the lifestyles and works of this nice author. a part of the Palgrave writer Chronologies sequence, this new reference paintings through Professor Nicholas von Maltazhn enhances the present resurgence of curiosity during this canonical author through supplying in-depth and new biographical aspect as a context for Marvell's paintings.
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Andrew Marvell,’ 121–5). Cambridge too now begins to suffer from the plague. 8d. at Trinity College, Cambridge. ], sive Musarum Cantabrigiensium Concentus Et Congratulatio… (Cambridge, 1637), K4r–L1r . The former draws heavily on Horace’s Actium Ode (Odes 1:2); the latter makes numerological play of this being Charles’s ﬁfth child (PL 1:238–9; Smith 5–10; Haan 19–56). In this year Richard Lovelace visits Cambridge, where his literary acquaintance may 1637 23 have included AM, who in 1648–49 joins with the others in commending Lucasta (Lovelace, ed.
DuncanJones 1975, 267; Naufragium C4v and especially G4r, and perhaps cognates on C4v, C5r, E3r–v, F5v, G1r, G1v, G3r) 4 Birth in Hull of AM’s nephew, William Popple. (BL, Add. MS 8888, 133v) April 13 28 (Friday) Autograph entry ‘Andreas Marvell discipulus juratus et admissus’ (Cambridge, Trinity College, Admissions and Admonitions, 1560–1759, 266). This marks AM’s advancement to fellowship in the college as a scholarship student. Anne Marvell, mother of the poet, buried in the Church of Holy Trinity, Hull.
266–9) March 22 April 4 (Friday) The rev. Marvell witnesses will of William Robinson of Tripet, near Hull, in which he is left £5 (York, Borthwick Institute, Orig. Wills, July 1639) (Thursday) Charles I spends the night in Hull on a visit to inspect the fortiﬁcations and magazine there. (Toynbee; Tickell 316–22) August AM the elder much repairs and rebuilds the Charterhouse over the next ‘yeare and 1/2’ (up to his death in January 1640/1), presumably owing to problems that had accumulated during the difﬁcult plague years and the renewed income available in better times.
Andrew Marvell Chronology (Author Chronologies) by N. Maltzahn