- Gower, John
- ► (1325?-1408) Poeta inglés. Escribió en francés Espejo del hombre y en inglés Confesión de un amante.
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Gower, John — • Poet; born between 1327 1330, probably in Kent; died October, 1408 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Gower, John John Gower … Catholic encyclopedia
Gower, John — (ca. 1330–1408) John Gower was a friend and contemporary of fellow poet Geoffrey CHAUCER. He enjoyed a literary reputation second only to Chaucer’s in his own lifetime and throughout the 15th century, and Shakespeare himself borrowed the plot… … Encyclopedia of medieval literature
Gower, John — born 1330? died 1408, London? English poet. His works, in the tradition of courtly love and moral allegory, strongly influenced other poets of his day. His friend Geoffrey Chaucer called him moral Gower. His Speculum meditantis (с 1374–78),… … Universalium
Gower, John — (?1325 1408) The facts of this medieval poet s life are derived mainly from his poetry. He is thought to have owned land in Kent and in Yorkshire. He was blind from around 1400. He lived the latter part of his life as a layman in the priory of … British and Irish poets
Gower, John — (1325? 1408) Poet. Although few details of his life have come down to us, he appears to have been a man of wealth and importance, connected with Kent, well known at Court, and in possession of more than one estate. He was the friend of Chaucer … Short biographical dictionary of English literature
Gower,John — Gow·er (gouʹər, gôrʹ, gōrʹ), John. 1325? 1408. English poet who wrote allegorical, didactic works, such as Vox Clamantis (1382? 1384), in Latin, French, and English. * * * … Universalium
GOWER, JOHN — an English poet, contemporary and friend of Chaucer, but of an older school; was the author of three works: Speculum Meditantis, the Thinker s Mirror, written in French, lost for long, but recovered lately; Vox Clamantis, the Voice of One… … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Gower — Gower, John … Enciclopedia Universal
John Leveson-Gower, 1. Earl Gower — PC (* 10. August 1694; † 25. Dezember 1754) war ein britischer Politiker der Tories, sowie der erste Tory, der im 18. Jahrhundert in die Regierung gelangte. Dort war er Lordsiegelbewahrer. Er war … Deutsch Wikipedia
John Gower — John Gower † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Gower Poet; born between 1327 1330, probably in Kent; died October, 1408. He was of gentle blood and well connected. He may have been a merchant in London, but this cannot be authoritatively… … Catholic encyclopedia