1877 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. Simion Grahame

Thomas Corser, in Collectanea Anglo-Poetica 7 (1877) 102.



This Simeon Graham was most probably the person who wrote The Anatomie of Humours, 4to, 1609, a work consisting, like the present [Elizabeth Grymeston's Meditations] of prose interspersed with verse, and by some thought to have suggested the idea of The Anatomy of Melancholy, and also of a rare volume, The Passionate Sparks of a Relenting Minde, 4to, 1604.