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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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In John Donne and Early Modern Legal Culture: The End of Equity in the Satyres, Gregory Kneidel provides a fresh perspective on Donne's five-numbered satyres, which have been the subject of only one previous book-length study (M.
Spotting Donne's blood-stained hands, the caretaker immediately contacted the police.
Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics are more concerned about lifting a championship banner after the best-of-five series.
In what follows, I explore two ways in which Donne, his celebrated
-- Elena Delle Donne scored 36 points, Kristi Toliver added 25 and the Washington Mystics blew a 30-point lead before rallying past the Connecticut Sun, 95-91 on Wednesday night.
Alongside Byrd's work, Archbishop Richard Longley will be reading a selection of English poet John Donne's enduring (and much quoted) Holy Sonnets, from around the same period.
En el caso de la Iglesia catolica, en donde tiene su origen donne chiesa mondo -el suplemento que figura en la segunda parte del titulo de nuestra investigacion-, el concilio Vaticano II marco un antes y un despues en la manera de integrar en su seno a la figura de la mujer, ensombrecida como hemos visto por la del hombre.
About half of the manuscript is in Parkhurst's hand; the rest, in various sixteenth- and seventeenth-century scribal hands, notably a hand called "D1" by Grierson and Pearsall Smith that copied most of the Donne materials.
Guibbory, Achsah, Returning to John Donne, Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.