- Abraham,1618–67, English poet.
- Malcolm,1898–1989, U.S. writer, critic, and editor.
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The same view comes forward in his estimate of Cowley's work.Early Theories of Translation
Flora Ross Amos
This kind of wit is that which abounds in Cowley more than in any author that ever wrote.Essays and Tales
Mr. Cowley has given in to them after both; and all succeeding writers after him.Discourses on Satire and on Epic Poetry
What dangers he escaped may be well seen in Cowley's Davideis, which fell into them all.Milton</p>
Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh
Do you recollect in the first conversation we ever had together, we talked of Cowley?Devereux, Complete
- Abraham. 1618–67, English poet and essayist, who introduced the Pindaric ode to English literature
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