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Richard Crashaw (c. 1613–1649)

Crashaw, Richard. An English poet; born in London, 1613?; died at Rome or Loreto, May or June 1649. A convert to Catholicism, he wrote ‘Steps to the Temple’ and ‘Sacred Poems,’ productions of great imaginative power.