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John Phillips

(1631—1706) writer


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(1631–1706)

Younger brother of Edward Phillips, and nephew of John Milton, by whom he was educated. He wrote a scathing attack on Puritanism in his poem A Satire against Hypocrites ...

Subjects: Literature.


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