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Giles Fletcher (1586?–1623)

Fletcher, Giles. An English clergyman and poet, cousin to John; born in London about 1586; died at Alderton, in 1623. His only notable composition was a sacred poem entitled ‘Christ’s Victorie and Triumph in Heaven and Earth over and after Death’ (1610). Parts of it were utilized by Milton in his ‘Paradise Regained.’