William Alexander, Earl of Stirling (1567-1640)

William Alexander was a courtier to James I and later to Charles I. He became Secretary of State in 1626 and Earl of Stirling in 1633. His principal poetic work is Aurora (1604), a collection of sonnets. He also wrote a long poem entitled Doomsday and four tragedies.


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