An Collins

Standard Name: Collins, An
Birth Name: An Collins
AC was an obscure seventeenth-century religious poet, whose work has survived in a single copy of a single publication.


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death Edmund Spenser
Spenser's early women readers who were also poets seem to have included An Collins and Alicia D'Anvers . Later women writers in English either found him useful for raising the status of the romance genre...
Literary responses Elizabeth Major
Joseph Caryl , the Cromwell government's official censor and perhaps EM 's minister, added a commendatory note to his licence to signify his approval of her views. Among her few modern critics, Patricia Demers has...
Textual Features Germaine Greer
Its nearly fifty poets include Margaret Cavendish , Katherine Philips , and Aphra Behn ; however, the anthology also presents more obscure writers like Diana Primrose , An Collins , Mary Carey , Anna Trapnel


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Collins, An. Divine Songs and Meditacions. R. Bishop, 1653.
Collins, An. Divine Songs and Meditacions. Editor Stewart, Stanley N., William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1961.
Stewart, Stanley N., and An Collins. “Introduction”. Divine Songs and Meditacions, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1961, p. i - iii.