Poets, English -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Biography -- Early works to 1800. : The muses library; or, a series of English poetry, [electronic resource] : containing, the lives and characters of all the known writers; the Names of their Patrons; Complete Episodes, by way of Specimen of the larger Pieces, very near the intire Works of some, and large Quotations from others. Being a general collection of almost all the old valuable poetry extant, now so industriously enquir'd after, tho' rarely to be found, but in the Studies of the Curious, and affording Entertainment on all Subjects, Philosophical, Historical, Moral, Satyrical, Allegorical, Critical, Heroick, Pastoral, Gallant, Courtly, and Sublime, by Langland, Gower, Chaucer, Lidgate, Occleve, Harding, Barclay, Fabian, Skelton, Howard Earl of Surrey, Sir T. Wyat, Dr. Bourd, Sackville Earl of Dorset, Churchyard, Higgens, Warner, Gascoign, Turbeville, Nash, Sir Philip Sidney, Grevill L. Brook, Spencer, Sir John Harrington, Chalkhill, Fairfax, Sir John Davis, Sir W. Raleigh, Sir Edw. Dyer, Daniel, &c.
Poets, English -- Homes and haunts -- Malta. : Coleridge's laws [electronic resource] : a study of Coleridge in Malta / Barry Hough and Howard Davis ; with an introduction by Michael John Kooy ; translations by Lydia Davis.
Poets, English -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : An out-cry of poets; or, a catalogue of wits to be sold by inch of can.dle [sic], or otherways [electronic resource] : The sale begining next Tuesday in the Piazza in Covent Garden, about nine of the clock in the morning, and will last till seven at night.
Poets, English -- Interviews. : The poet speaks : interviews with contemporary poets / conducted by Hilary Morrish ... [et al.] ; edited by Peter Orr ; preface by Frank Kermode.