Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke (1554-1628) was a Poet and courtier, friend and biographer of Philip Sidney.
Greville's works, none of them published during his lifetime, include Caetica, a sequence of poems in different metres; Mustapha and Alaham, tragedies modelled on the Latin Seneca, and the Life of Sir Philip Sidney (1652).
He has been commended for his plain style and tough political thought.
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Fulke Greville was an poet, dramatist, and statesman.