1619 in literature
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This article contains information about the literary events and publications of 1619.
- March – After the death of Richard Burbage, his place as leading actor of the King's Men in London is filled by Joseph Taylor.
- April – Ben Jonson visits the Scottish poet William Drummond of Hawthornden.
- c. October – After the death of Samuel Daniel in Somerset, his place as Poet Laureate of the Kingdom of England is filled by Ben Jonson.
- unknown dates
- Johannes Valentinus Andreae
- Reipublicae Christianopolitanae descriptio
- Turris Babel
- Jacob Boehme – De Tribus Principiis (On the Three Principles of Divine Being)
- Philipp Clüver
- Sardinia et Corsica Antiqua
- Siciliae Antique libri duo
- Robert Fludd – Utriusque Cosmi...Historia, Tomi Secundi (The History of the Two Worlds, Volume 2)
- Johannes Kepler – Harmonices Mundi (an attack on Fludd's Neoplatonist cosmology)
- John Pitseus – De Illustribus Angliae scriptoribus
- Samuel Purchas – Purchas his Pilgrim or Microcosmus, or the Historie of Man. Relating the Wonders of his Generation, Vanities in his Degeneration, Necessities of his Regenerations
- Paolo Sarpi – History of the Council of Trent
- John Taylor – A Kicksey Winsey, or, A Lerry Come-Twang
- Anonymous – Two Wise Men and All the Rest Fools (published)
- Beaumont and Fletcher
- Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero
- De Klucht van de koe
- Stommen ridder
- John Fletcher – The Humorous Lieutenant
- John Fletcher and Philip Massinger – Sir John van Olden Barnavelt
- Lope de Vega – Fuente Ovejuna (published)
- Thomas Middleton – The Masque of Heroes
- Robert Carliell – Britaine's glorie, or An allegoricall dreame... (a defence of the new Church of England)
- George Wither – Fidelia
- March 6 – Cyrano de Bergerac, French soldier and poet (died 1655)
- June 24 – Rijcklof van Goens, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies 1678–81 and travel writer (died 1682)
- November 7 – Gédéon Tallemant des Réaux, French biographer (died 1692)
- December 28 – Antoine Furetière, French satirist (died 1688)
- unknown dates
- February 9 – Lucilio Vanini, Italian philosopher (born 1585)
- February 12 – Pierre de Larivey, Italian-born French dramatist (born 1549)
- March 13 – Richard Burbage, English actor and theatre proprietor (born c. 1567)
- July 12 – Olivier de Serres, French writer on agriculture and horticulture (born 1539)
- October 14 – Samuel Daniel, English Poet Laureate and historian (born 1562)
- October 18 – Petrus Gudelinus, Dutch jurist (born 1550)
- October 19 – Fujiwara Seika, Japanese philosopher (born 1561)
- "René Descartes". Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- Michigan Academician. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters. 1970. p. 95.
- in Latin.
- "Morgan Llwyd | Welsh author". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 25 March 2019.
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Larivey, Pierre". Encyclopædia Britannica. 16 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 217.
- G (in Dutch). 1862. p. 535.
- Stuart Gillespie (1 August 2001). Shakespeare's Books: A Dictionary of Shakespeare Sources. A&C Black. p. 276. ISBN 978-1-84714-338-9.