"To Saxham"

Title"To Saxham"
Year for Search1640
AuthorsCarew, Thomas Esquire. One of the Gentlemen of the Privie-Chamber and Sewer in Ordinary to His Majesty (1594/95-1639/40)
Secondary TitlePoems
Pagination45-47
Date Published1640
PublisherPtd. by I.D. for Thomas Walkey
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

The country estate Saxham Parva as a eutopia with elements of a cockaigne.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Thomas Carew, Poems. Ed. Arthur Vincent (London: Lawrence & Bullen/New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1899), 36-38; and in The Poems of Thomas Carew, with His Masque Coelum Britannicum. Ed. Rhodes Dunlap (Oxford, Eng.: Clarendon Press, 1949), 27-29.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(1594/95-1639/40)

Full Text

1640 Carew, Thomas, Esquire. One of the Gentlemen of the Privie-Chamber and Sewer in Ordinary to His Majesty (1594/95-1639/40). “To Saxham.” In his Poems. (London: Ptd. by I. D. for Thomas Walkey, 1640), 45-47. Rpt. in Thomas Carew, Poems. Ed. Arthur Vincent (London: Lawrence & Bullen/New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1899), 36-38; and in The Poems of Thomas Carew, with His Masque Coelum Britannicum. Ed. Rhodes Dunlap (Oxford, Eng.: Clarendon Press, 1949), 27-29. HRC, PSt

The country estate Saxham Parva as a eutopia with elements of a cockaigne.