Daniel, Samuel (15621619)

Daniel, Samuel, English poet, born near Taunton; wrote dramas and sonnets; his principal production a “History of the Civil Wars” of York and Lancaster, a poem in seven books; is called the “Well-Englished Daniel,” and is much admired for his style; in prose he wrote a “History of England,” and a “Defence of Rhyme,” which Swinburne pronounces to be “one of the most perfect examples of sound sense, of pure style, and of just judgment in the literature of criticism”; he is associated with Warner and Drayton as having given birth to “a poetry which has devoted itself to extol the glory of England” (15621619).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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