Musophilus

Musophilus is a long poem by Samuel Daniel, first published in 1599. Among Daniel`s most characteristic works, it is a dialogue between a courtier and a man of letters, and is a general defence of learning, and in particular of poetic learning as an instrument in the education of the perfect courtier or man of action. It is addressed to Fulke Gre....
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Musophilus

(from the article `English literature`) ...worthy, understanding elite. Daniel, in his verse Epistles (1603) written to various noblemen, strikes a mean between plainness and compliment; ...
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