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New York: Clarendon Press, 2000. Barnes, Barnabe (1569–1609) poet, dramatist Born in Yorkshire, England, Barnabe Barnes was the younger son of Richard Barnes, the bishop of Durham. Little else is known about his life. He is known to have competed with William S HAKESPEARE for the PATRONAGE of Henry Wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton, in 1593. He also seems to have been involved in political intrigue. In 1598 he was accused of poisoning John Brown, Recorder of Berwick, a magistrate who oversaw criminal trials.

While packing the body with snow, he fell ill and was carried to a nearby house, where he died. Bacon had written his own final bequest during an earlier illness: “my soul to God . . My body to be buried obscurely. ” He was buried at St. Michael’s Church in St. Albans. Critical Analysis Bacon’s many writings cover law, theology, utopian fantasy, education, philosophy, and science. Most were not published during his life, and unpublished papers remain. Two of his most famous works are the Essays and New Atlantis.

In 1730, as part of the effort to have James made a saint, she mailed a tumor to a French nun claiming it had been cured by a handkerchief dipped in James’s blood. ” Works about Jane Barker Barash, Carol. English Women’s Poetry 1649–1714: Politics, Community, and Linguistic Authority. New York: Clarendon Press, 1996. King, Kathryn R. Jane Barker, Exile. New York: Clarendon Press, 2000. Barnes, Barnabe (1569–1609) poet, dramatist Born in Yorkshire, England, Barnabe Barnes was the younger son of Richard Barnes, the bishop of Durham.

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