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John Donne : selected poetry and prose

Author: John Donne; T W Craik; R J Craik
Publisher: London ; New York : Methuen, 1986.
Series: Methuen English texts.
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Donne, John, 1572-1631.
John Donne.
London ; New York : Methuen, 1986
(OCoLC)568635306
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Donne; T W Craik; R J Craik
ISBN: 0416402208 9780416402209
OCLC Number: 13946505
Description: 299 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Songs and sonnets. Air and angels --
The anniversary --
The apparition --
The bait --
The blossom --
Break of day --
The broken heart --
The canonization --
Community --
The computation --
The curse --
The damp --
The dissolution --
The dream --
The ecstasy --
The expiration --
A fever --
The flea --
The funeral --
The good-morrow --
The indifferent --
A lecture upon the shadow --
The legacy --
Lovers' infiniteness --
Love's alchemy --
Love's deity --
Love's diet --
Love's exchange --
Love's growth --
Love's usury --
The message --
Negative love --
A nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day, being the shortest day --
The paradox --
The primrose --
The prohibition --
The relic --
Song ('Go and catch a falling star') --
Song ('Sweetest love, I do not go') --
The sun rising --
Twickenham Garden --
The undertaking --
A valediction: forbidding mourning --
A valediction: of weeping --
The will --
Woman's constancy. (Cont. 2) Elegies. Jealousy --
The anagram --
Change --
The perfume --
His picture --
Elegy 7 --
The comparison --
The autumnal --
On his mistress --
Love's progress --
To his mistress going to bed --
Love's war. Epithalamions, or Marriage songs. Epithalamion made at Lincoln's Inn --
An epithalamion, or marriage song, on the Lady Elizabeth and Count Palatine being married on St. Valentine's Day. Satire. Satire 1 --
Satire 3. The progress of the soul. Verse letters. The storm: To Mr. Christopher Brooke --
The calm --
To Sir Henry Wotton --
To the Countess of Bedford. The first anniversary: An anatomy of the world. Religious poems. Holy sonnets (1-7, 9-11, 13, 14, 17-19) --
The cross --
Good Friday, 1613. Riding westward --
A hymn to Christ, at the author's last going into Germany --
Hymn to God my God, in my sickness --
A hymn to God the Father. (Cont. 3) Devotions. The first alteration, the first grudging of the sickness --
The physician is afraid --
The physician desires to have others joined with him --
From the bells of the church adjoining, I am daily remembered of my burial in the funerals of others --
Now this bell tolling softly for another says to me, 'Thou must die' --
The physicians warn me of the fearful danger of relapsing. Sermons (Extracts). At Lincoln's Inn, Easter Term, 1620 --
To the Lords, Easter Day, 28 March 1619 --
At Whitehall, the first Friday in Lent, 8 March 1622 --
At Syon House, Autumn 1622 --
At St. Paul's, Christmas Day, 1624 --
At St. Paul's, 29 January 1626 --
At the funerals of Sir William Cokayne, 12 December 1626 --
At Whitehall, 5 April 1628 --
At St. Paul's, Easter Day, 13 April 1628 --
To the king at court, April 1629.
Series Title: Methuen English texts.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited by T.W. and R.J. Craik.

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