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Donne

John. 1573--1631, English metaphysical poet and preacher. He wrote love and religious poems, sermons, epigrams, and elegies
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While Donne emphasizes in his sermons the rewards of common ground and shared beliefs amid Christian communities (what S.
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3) This claim may be a bit too extreme given other litanies composed at this time, but it does seem to underline the central call-and-response format that Donne was mimicking.
In the sermon and in the letter to his mother, however, Donne uses the same biblical tropes to address the turn, the conversion, of others, and therefore their spiritual welfare.
Prof Donne added: "The faculty has a well established reputation of supporting Wales' hi-tech economy, in particular the medical devices, automotive manufacturing, design and digital media industries.
Mr Donne said the silver Toyota Carina used to transport the body was traced to Mr Khan, a shop owner and car dealer, who was under "financial pressure" at the time of his death.
Thoroughly familiar with the extensive critical scholarship that has emerged from the Donne Variorum project over the past two decades, Targoff is steeped in Donne's theology, and she takes him at this word, thus correcting an earlier generation of critics who dismiss Donne's metaphysics as irrelevant, incoherent, or a smokescreen for ambition and apostasy.
Such an approach has much to recommend it: Stubbs is good on Donne as a social operative who manoeuvred adroitly between different groupings (the Inns of Court, Essex's hangers-on, Egerton's household, the Stuart court) and adapted himself to their contrasting demands.
years, John Carey's John Donne: Life, Mind and Art (1981), Donne is
Unlike the other gardens present in the Decameron, there is no fountain in the "Valle delle donne," a few tables are set, but are quickly removed, and no villa, nor man-made construction, is at the valley's center.
Donne and Miss Dunne, permit me to introduce you to Mr.
Now a race is on to try to keep the portrait of Elizabethan poet John Donne in the UK.