Author:Richard Braithwaite

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Richard Braithwaite
(1588–1673)
Richard Braithwaite

Works[edit]

  • The Golden Fleece (1611)
  • The Poet's Willow (1614)
  • The Prodigals Teares (1614)
  • The Schollers Medley (1614)
  • A Strappado for the Devil (1615)
  • A Solemne loviall Disputation (1617)
  • A New Spring Shadowed (1619), under the pseudonym of Mvsophilvs
  • Essaies upon the Five Senses (1620)
  • Nature's Embassie: or the Wilde-mans Measvres: Danced naked by twelve Satyres (1621)
  • The Shepheards Tales (1621)
  • Times Cvrtaine Drawne (1621)
  • Britain's Bath (1625)
  • The English Gentleman (1630)
  • The English Gentlewoman (1631)
  • Whimzies, or a new cast of characters (1631)
  • Novissima Tuba (1632)
  • Anniversaries upon his Panarete (1634)
  • Ragland's Niobe (1635)
  • The Arcadian Princess (1635)
  • The Lives of all the Roman Emperors (1636)
  • A Spiritual Spicerie (1638)
  • The Psalmes of David ((1638)
  • Barnabæ Itinerarium, or Barnabee's Journal (1638) [as Corymbæus]
  • Ar't asleepe Husband? (1640)
  • The Two Lancashire Lovers, or the Excellent History of Philocles and Doriclea (1640)
  • Astræa's Tears (1641)
  • A Mustur Roll of the Evill Angels (1655)
  • Lignum Vitæ (1658)
  • The Honest Ghost (1658)
  • The Captive Captain (1665)
  • A Comment upon Two Tales of our Ancient … Poet Sr Jeffray Chavcer, knight (1665)

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Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.