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Their immediate successors , of whom any remembrance can be said to remain ,
were Suckling , Waller , Denham , Cowley , Cleveland , and Milton . Denham and
Waller sought another way to fame , by improving the harmony of our numbers .
He has indeed many noble lines , such as the feeble care of Waller never could
produce . The bulk of his thoughts sometimes swelled his verse to unexpected
and inevitable grandeur ; but his excellence of this kind is merely fortuitous : he ...
... his side ; and that if he left versification yet improvable , he left likewise from
time to time such specimens of excellence as enabled succeeding poets to
improve it . W ALLE R . W ALL E R . UDMUND WALLER was born on CO W L E Y
UDMUND WALLER was born on the third of March , 1605 , at Collhill in
Hertfordshire . His father was Robert Waller , Elquire , of Agmondesham in
Buckinghamshire , whose family was originally a branch of the Kentish Wallers ;
and his mother ...
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