Ask me no more where Jove bestowsand
He that loves a rosy cheek,but of equal importance are his
Elegy on the Death of Dr. Donne,and the highly erotic poem,
A Rapture.In his use of metaphysical and classical material, he shows the influence of both John Donne and Ben Jonson.
See ed. of his works by R. Dunlap (1949); study by E. I. Selig (1958, repr. 1970).
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