1589 in literature
Children of Paul'sperform twice at the English royal court during the first two weeks of January.
*"Jane Anger" (pseudonum) - "Protection for Women"
Giovanni Botero- "Della ragione di Stato ( The Reason of State)"
*Robert Greene - "Menaphon"
John Lyly(attr.) - "Pappe with an Hatchet"
Girolamo Bargagli- "La Pellegrina ( The Pilgrim Woman)"
*"The Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune" (anonymous) (publication date)
Christopher Marlowe- " The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"
Heinrich Petraeus, physician and writer (d. 1620)
Antonio de León Pinelo, historian (d. c. 1675)
March 23- Marcin Kromer, Polish historian (b. 1512)
September 16- Michael Baius, Belgian theologian (b. 1513)
September 19- Jean-Antoine de Baïf, French poet (b. 1532)
October 12- Samuel de Medina, Talmudist and author (b. 1505)
October 15- Jacopo Zabarella, Italian philosopher (b. 1532)
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Jurij Dalmatin, Slovenian writer and translator (b. c. 1547)
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