Edward Young was a renowned English poet of the 18th century known for his poem called ‘Night Thoughts’. He won a fellowship in law and went on to complete his Doctorate in Civil Law Degree. He further pursued his childhood passion of writing and debuted as a poet with ‘Epistle to… Lord Lansdoune’. He published some more poems and produced a couple of plays backed by his mentor, the Duke of Wharton. He published a series of seven satires that were well-received by the masses and established his reputation as a satirist. He was made the Royal Chaplain after a collection of his satires titled “Love of Fame, the Universal Passion” was published. This was followed by one of his major works,‘The Conjectures’, which was acknowledged as a milestone in the History of Literature. He later became successful as a writer and came out with his most appreciated work known as ‘Nine Thoughts’. This was published in nine volumes, written in a blank verse, and turned out to be a massive hit among the masses. Go through the compilation of quotes and thoughts by the distinguished poet. Take a look at the noteworthy sayings and quotations by Edward Young.