Thomas Campion

Thomas Campion was born in London, England in February of 1567. His parents, John and Lucy Campion, and both died when he was a child. Read more about Thomas Campion.

Advice to a Girl

Thomas Campion’s ‘Advice to a Girl’ is a piece of advice dedicated to 17th-century women regarding men’s nature and follies. It highlights some negative aspects in men that women should know before loving them.

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There is a Garden in Her Face

‘There is a Garden in Her Face’ by Thomas Campion is a poem about a woman’s beauty. It also contains a warning to suitors that she won’t let anyone kiss her or come near her in any meaningful way. 

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