Showing 4 of 4 I read eleven poems, plus the 16 sonnet sequence "Holy Sonnets" for my bookclub. I thought "To His Mistress" was quite sensual. Could you imagine having all of that stuff to take off—girdle, breastplate, busk corsetgown, coronet, shoes.
The Tradition and the Poem. University of Missouri Press, From Cromwell to Milton. Manifestations of Ideology in Seventeenth Century England. Duquesne University Press, Milton and the Revolutionary Reader.
Princeton University Press, Marvell, Dryden, and Literary Enthusiasm. Corns and Kevin Sharpe, eds.
Representations of Charles I. Cambridge University Press, Literature and Dissent in Milton's England. Cambridge University Press, A Canadian Journal of the Humanities 77 The Life of Thomas More.
Reflections on Freud, Milton, and Chaucer. The Interpretation of Dreams from Chaucer to Shakespeare. Oxford University Press, Studies in English Literature, 45 AinsworthOliver Morley, ed. The Tractate on Education.
New Haven, Yale University Press, New Science, New World. Duke University Press, Monuments, Memory, and Remembering in Paradise Lost. Johns Hopkins Press, A Journal of Political Philosophy 16 Studies in English Literature, 32 Logic of the Fall: Studies in English Literature, 51 Dec 09, · In poems such as John Donne's "The Flea" and "A Valediction Forbidding Mourning" and Andrew Marvell's "The Definition of Love," subjects such as the poet's adoration for his beloved take on a much higher significance than the personal sphere within the context of the poem.
Critical Essays On John Donne by Arthur F. Marotti John Donne: A Collection of Critical Essays, Online Research. As critic Andrew Hadfield explains, because of its content, Donnes work was not always readily accepted.
In taking his inspiration from the Roman poet, Ovid. Distributed Donne: A Response to the Problem of His Titles The Titles of Donne's Poems Friendship's Garland: Essays Presented to Mario PrazBut Is It Donne's?
Marotti, "John Donne. Read this English Essay and over 88, other research documents. John Donne: The Sun Also Rises. Donne seems to consciously ignore conventional measures of rhyme and meter and poetic beauty.
His language is direct and like.
"Donne and Metaphysical Poetry" includes seventeenth-century views on Donne and his style by Ben Jonson, Thomas Carew, Izaak Walton, John Dryden, Samuel Johnson, Dennis Flynn, and John Carey. A miscellany is a collection of various pieces of writing by different authors.
Meaning a mixture, medley, or assortment, a miscellany can include pieces on many subjects and in a variety of different forms. In contrast to anthologies, whose aim is to give a selective and canonical view of literature, miscellanies were produced for the entertainment of a contemporary audience and so instead.