William Warner (1558 - 1609 / England)
William Warner was born in London about 1558. He was educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, but left the university without taking a degree. He practised in London as an attorney, and gained a great reputation among his contemporaries as a poet. Warner died suddenly at Amwell in Hertfordshire on 9 March 1609.
His chief work is a long poem in fourteen-syllabled verse, entitled Albion's ... more »
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