Sir John Denham

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Standard Name: Denham, Sir John

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth Thomas
As a child ET was later said to have been for ever a Scribling.
Curll, Edmund, Elizabeth Thomas, and Richard Gwinnett. “The Life of Corinna. Written by Herself”. Pylades and Corinna, 1731, p. iv - lxxx.
viii
The Life of Corinna, purporting to be written by a female friend, which prefaces the first volume of...
Performance of text Katherine Philips
KP 's tragedy Horace, translated from the French of Pierre Corneille and completed after her death by Sir John Denham , was posthumously performed at the English Court.
Johnson, Samuel. The Lives of the Poets. Lonsdale, RogerEditor , Clarendon Press, 2006.
1: 361n26
politics Mary Caesar
From the time she began writing her Jacobite credo in 1724, MC worked on constructing a domestic cult for the edification of family and friends in the Jacobite faith, in which archives, pictures and poetry...
Textual Production Katherine Philips
KP left her translation of another Corneille tragedy, Horace (which had been published in French in 1641), unfinished at her death. Sir John Denham completed it with a final act.
Philips, Katherine. Collected Works. Thomas, Patrick, Germaine Greer, and R. LittleEditors , Stump Cross Books, 1993.
3: 119

Timeline

5 August 1642
Sir John Denham published his topographical poemCooper's Hill.