Author:Richard Flecknoe

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Richard Flecknoe
(c. 1600 – c. 1678)

Works[edit]

  • Hierothalamium, or the Heavenly Nuptials of our Blessed Saviour with a Pious Soule (1626)
  • The Affections of a Pious Soule unto our Saviour Christ, expressed in a mixed Treatise of Verse and Prose (1640)
  • Miscellania, or Poems of all Sorts, with divers other Pieces (1653)
  • Love's Dominion, a dramatick piece full of excellent Moralities, written as a pattern for the reformed stage (1654) anon.
  • A Relation of Ten Years' Travels in Europe, Asia, Affrique, and America (1656)
  • The Diarium or Journal, divided into twelve Jornadas in burlesque Rhime or Drolling Verse (1656)
  • Enigmaticall Characters, all taken to the Life from several Persons, Humours, and Dispositions (1658}
    • 2nd edition, called Sixty-nine Characters, &c. (1665)
  • The Marriage of Oceanus and Britannia (1659)
  • The Idea of his Highness Oliver, late Lord Protector, with certain brief Reflections on his Life (1659)
  • Heroick Portraits, with other Miscellany Pieces (1660)
  • Love's Kingdom, a Pastoral Trage-Comedy’ (‘Love's Dominion’ altered); appended is a short treatise of the English stage (1664)
  • Erminia, or the Fair and Virtuous Lady, a Trage-Comedy (1661 and 1665)
  • Enigmatical Characters, &c. … being rather a new work than a new impression of the old (1665)
  • A Farrago of Several Pieces (1666}
  • The Damoiselles à la Mode (1667}
  • Sir William Davenant's Voyage to the other World, with his Adventures in the Poets' Elyzium: a Poetical Fiction (1668)
  • Epigrams of all Sorts (1669)
  • Epigrams of all Sorts, made at divers times on several occasions, with ‘Epigrams Divine and Moral (1670}
  • Epigrams of all Sorts, made at divers times on several occasions (‘rather a new work than a new impression’) (1671}
  • A Collection of the choicest Epigrams and Characters of R. F. (rather a ‘new work than a new impression’) (1673)
  • Euterpe Revived, or Epigrams made at several times … on persons … most of them now living (1675}
  • A Treatise of the Sports of Wit (1675)

Works about Flecknoe[edit]

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