Definition of Marvell, Andrew in English:

Marvell, Andrew

Line breaks: An¦drew Mar|vell
Pronunciation: /mɑːˈvɛl
 
, ˈmɑːv(ə)l/
( 1621–78), English metaphysical poet. He was best known during his lifetime for his verse satires and pamphlets attacking the corruption of Charles II and his ministers; most of his poetry was published posthumously and was not recognized until the 20th century. Notable poems: ‘To his Coy Mistress’ and ‘Bermudas’.

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