"An extensive collection of works by Andrew Marvell, the metaphysical poet. Also includes a biography, a timeline, essays, and other resources." At luminarium.org.
Quotes from and about the poet and his circle. Special attention to his political leanings. Portraits, annotated bibliography.
Short article from the Hutchinson Encyclopaedia includes portraits of the poet and satirist.
Nonprofit organization promotes interest in the seventeenth-century poet, controversialist, and Member of Parliament. Members, activities, how to join.
Biography, and a selection of poems. Includes "To His Coy Mistress" and "The Definition of Love."
Article by T.S. Eliot on the occasion of Marvell's tercentenary explores the way in which Marvell's wit exemplifies his century. [The Times Literary Supplement]
Examines the complex of concepts in "The Nymph Complaining for the Death of Her Faun," itself a blend of genres using mythological overtones. [Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900]
Brief biography, three poems, links.
Biographical article from the 1911 edition.