Author:Michael Drayton

Michael Drayton
(1563–1631)
English poet that came to prominence in the Elizabethan era
Michael Drayton

WorksEdit

PoetryEdit

  • The Harmonie of the Church (1591)
  • Idea. The Shepheards Garland. Fashioned in nine Eglogs. Rowlands Sacrifice to the Nine Muses (1593)
  • The Legend of Piers Gaveston (1593)
  • Matilda, the faire and chaste Daughter of the Lord Robert Fitzwater (1594)
  • Ideas Mirrour, Amours in Quatorzains (1594)
  • The Tragicall Legend of Robert, Duke of Normandie (1596)
  • Mortimeriados (1596)
  • England's Heroical Epistles (1597)
  • The Barrons Wars (1603), a revised version of "Mortimeriados"
  • To the majestie of King James. A gratulatorie Poem (1603)
  • A Pæan Triumphall: composed for the societie of the Goldsmiths of London congratulating his Highnes Magnificent Entring the Citie (1604)
  • The Owle (1604)
  • Moyses in a Map of his Miracles (1604)
  • Poemes Lyrick and Pastorall: Odes, Eglogs, the Man in the Moone (n.d., 1605?)
  • Poems, Lyric and Heroic (1606)
  • The Legend of Great Cromwell (1607)
  • Poly-olbion, or a Chorographicall Description of all the Tracts, Rivers, Mountaines, Forests, and other Parts … of Great Britaine (1612)
  • The Battaile of Agincourt (1627)
  • The Muses Elizium lately discovered by a new way over Parnassus … Noahs floud, Moses his birth and miracles. David and Golia (1630)
  • Legend of Robert, Duke of Normandy

PlaysEdit

Works about DraytonEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.