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The career of William Lewis
Tom Lockwood

poetic technique is not always secure; but it is not, all the same, an unserious question to have asked: for the parallel that the lines propose between the skills of the poet and those of the preacher surely must have been central to someone with Lewis’s training and cultural engagements. Memories of Fenton as a preacher here shape the space within which the memorial poem can be received: But when I came where hee did diuinely steale Away admiring heart[e]s Enflamd with Zeale And like a fruitfull meteor showre like snow, Vpon their head[e]s, Beloued It is Soe

in Chaplains in early modern England