Complete poetry and selected prose; edited, with an introduction by Charles M. Coffin.

New York, Modern Library [1952] .

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Standard Title Works. Selections. 1952
Subjects Donne, John, 1572-1631
Donne, John, 1572-1631.
Poets, English -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
Poets, English -- Early modern.
Series Modern library of the world's best books.
Description xliii, 594 pages 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1952]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages xl-xliii).
Summary Contains all the poetry and part of the prose of John Donne including "Ignatius His Conclave," "Paradoxes," and his most famous sermons, "Death's Duel," excerpts from "Devotions" and many of his letters.
Contents Poetry -- The Printer to the Understanders -- Hexastichon Bibliopolae -- Hexastichon ad Bibliopolam -- Dedication to the Edition of 1650 -- To John Donne -- To Lucy, Countesse of Bedford, with M. Donnes Satyres -- To John Donne -- Songs and Sonets -- The Good-Morrow -- Song. "Goe, and catch a falling starre" -- Womans Constancy -- The Undertaking -- The Sunne Rising -- The Indifferent -- Loves Usury -- The Canonization -- The Triple Foole -- Lovers Infinitenesse -- Song. "Sweetest love, I do not goe" -- The Legacie -- A Feavor -- Aire and Angels -- Breake of Day -- The Anniversarie -- A Valediction: Of My Name, In The Window -- Twicknam Garden -- A Valediction: Of The Booke -- Communitie -- Loves Growth -- Loves Exchange -- Confined Love -- The Dreame -- A Valediction: Of Weeping -- Loves Alchymie -- The Flea -- The Curse -- The Message -- A Nocturnall Upon S. Lucies Day, Being the Shortest Day -- Witchcraft By A Picture -- The Baite -- The Apparition -- The Broken Heart -- A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning -- The Extasie -- Loves Deitie -- Loves Diet -- The Will -- The Funeral -- The Blossome -- The Primrose, Being At Montgomery Castle, Upon The Hill, On Which It Is Situate -- The Relique -- The Dampe -- The Dissolution -- A Jeat Ring Sent -- Negative Love -- The Prohibition -- The Expiration -- The Computation -- The Paradox -- Farewell To Love -- A Lecture Upon The Shadow -- Sonnet. The Token -- Selfe Love -- Elegies and Heroicall Epistle -- Epigrams -- Satyres -- Infinitati Sacrum -- Verse Letters To Severall Personages -- Epithalamions, Or Marriage Songs -- A Funeral Elegie And The First And Second Anniversaries -- Epicedes And Obsequies Upon The Deaths Of Sundry Personages -- Epitaphs -- Divine Poems -- Latin Poems And Translations -- From Elegies Upon The Author -- Prose.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)351563
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Donne, John, 1572-1631.
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