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Oxlie, Marylocked

(fl. 1616)
  • S. M. Dunnigan

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Oxlie, Mary (fl. 1616), poet, is known for a single commendatory poem addressed to the Scottish poet William Drummond of Hawthornden. Her fifty-two-line poem, a striking apologia for female creativity as well as a panegyric, 'To William Drummond of Hawthornden', appeared in the 1656 edition of ...

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