Biography of Nicholas Breton
Nicholas Brenton gives a new twist to the story of Eve; since she was a part of Adam, "was she any other than himself that deceived himself?"
Between 1575 and his death he published over 30 individual collections of verse, three prose fictions and at least 25 pamphlets and miscellaneous works.
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- Aglaia: A Pastoral
- A Shepherd's Dream
- Pretty Twinkling Starry Eyes
- Phillida and Coridon
- A Sweet Pastoral
- A Quarrel With Love
- An Odd Conceit
- Who Can Live In Heart So Glad
- A Sweet Lullaby
- A Cradle Song, The Arbor of Amorous Devi...
- Corydon's Supplication To Phyllis
- A Report Song In A Dream, Between A Shep...
Sweet birds! that sit and sing among the shady valleys,
And see how sweetly Phyllis walks amid her garden alleys,
Go round about her bower, and sing as ye are bidden:
To her is only known his faith that from the world is hidden,
And she among you all that hath the sweetest voice,
Go chirp of him that never told, yet never changed, his voice.
And not forget his faith that lived forever loved
Yet never made his fancy known, nor ever favor moved;