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R. G. Siemens suggests that the tract should be read "as a detached . . . examination of the moral implications of an action," rather than a reflection of Donne's state of mind.
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- "The strangest pageant, fashion'd like a court": John Donne and Ben Jonson to 1600 -- Parallel Lives - William F. Blissett suggests that a Jonson reference reviews to a donne, john "Dr. Done . . . encourages reviews a consideration of the donne, john parallel literary lives of reviews Jonson and Donne."
- Colon and Semi-Colon in Donne's Prose Letters: Practice and Principle - Suggests that "Donne\\'s colon and semicolon usage reveals 17th century several donne, john Donnean principles of punctuation." By Emma L. 17th century Roth-Schwartz.
- Cambridge History of English and American Literature - Covers the period from Sir Thomas North to Michael Drayton, donne, john which includes "Donne\\'s Relation to Petrarch," "His Life," "Songs and donne, john Sonets," "Letters and Funerall Elegies," and "His Position and Influence."
- Political and Social Criticism in "The Calme" - Student essay by John DeStefano.
- Trumpet Vibrations: Theological Reflections on Donne's Doomsday Sonnet - G. Richmond Bridge relates the octave of Holy donne, john Sonnet VII to "the substance of much millenarian donne, john thought and preaching."
- The Metaphysical Sonnets of John Donne and Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski: A Comparison - Magdalena Kay suggests that "Both poets work out reviews their ideas reviews through paradox and syntactic play."
- Paraphrase Used in a Review - Excerpt from the Eric Griffiths review of William reviews Empson\'s posthumous donne, john Essays on Renaissance Literature.
- John Donne's Use of Space - "Donne\\'s spatial imagination: its cosmographic assumptions, and its many contradictions," reviews by Lisa Gorton.
- Love Poetry of John Donne - An essay by Ian Mackean on the role reviews of love donne, john in Donne's Songs and Sonnets.
- "Witness this Booke, (thy Emblem)": Donne's Holy Sonnets and Biography - Diana Treviño Benet argues that the sonnets have been widely 17th century studied in terms of the poet\\'s theology, but "their recourse 17th century to biography" deserves critical attention.
- Selected Papers - From the West Virginia Shakespeare and Renaissance Association. Book reviews donne, john and several articles on Donne and his works.
- W[illiam] S[hakespeare]'s "A Funeral Elegy" and the Donnean Moment - Claude J. Summers argues that "A Funeral Elegy" shares an 17th century affinity with Donne\\'s mourning poems, but "rejects those very qualities 17th century of expansive symbolism and abstraction that the later plays share 17th century with the Anniversaries."
- John Donne Journal - Studies in the Age of Donne. Tables of reviews contents through donne, john 1998.
- Donne, Herbert, and the Worm of Controversy - By Louis Martz. Ecclesiastical dispute in the British donne, john Church 17th century as reflected in the works of Donne donne, john and Herbert.
- Britten and Donne: Holy Sonnets Set to Music - Bryan N. S. Gooch argues that the ordering of the Sonnets in Britten\\'s Opus 35 reflects the composer\\'s personal experience of visiting German concentration camps.
- New Pleasures Prove: Evidence of Dialectical Disputatio in Early Modern Manuscript Culture - Margaret Downs-Gamble examines Donne\\'s poems in terms of reviews the manuscript culture of the times.
- "I haue often such a sickly inclination": Biography and the Critical Interpretation of Donne's Suicide Tract, Biathanatos - R. G. Siemens suggests that the tract should 17th century be 17th century read "as a detached . . . 17th century examination 17th century of the moral implications of an 17th century action," rather than 17th century a reflection of Donne\'s state 17th century of mind.
- Book Reviews - Elizabeth Hodgson reviews two books: John Donne. Pseudo-Martyr. donne, john Ed. reviews Anthony Raspa; John Donne and the Ancient donne, john Catholic Nobility, reviews by Dennis Flynn.
- John Donne's "Lamentations" and Christopher Fetherstone's Lamentations . . . in prose and meeter (1587) - Ted-Larry Pebworth argues that Donne engaged the 1587 edition of Fetherstone\'s "Lamentations" to translate the text into English.
- Book Review - Gary Kuchar reviews Ronald Corthell\\'s Ideology and Desire in Renaissance 17th century Poetry: The Subject of Donne.
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