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John Donne, essays in celebration; edited by A. J. Smith.

; Smith, A. J. (Albert James), 1924-
London, Methuen, 1972.
ISBN 0416759602

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Other Authors Donne, John, 1572-1631.
Smith, A. J. 1924-
Subjects Donne, John, 1572-1631
Description viii, 470 p. music. 23 cm.
Notes Distributed in the U.S.A. by Harper & Row Publishers Inc., Barnes & Noble Import Division.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Smith, A. J. Donne's reputation.--MacColl, A. The circulation of Donne's poems in manuscript.--Gill, R. Musa iocosa mea.--Hardy, B. Thinking and feeling in the songs and sonnets.--Smith, A. J. The dismissal of love.--Vickers, B. The songs and sonnets and the rhetoric of hyperbole.--McGowan, M. M. As through a looking-glass.--Morris, B. Not, siren-like, to tempt.--Hollander, J. Donne and the limits of lyric.--Erskine-Hill, H. Courtiers out of Horace.--Thomson, P. Donne and the poetry of patronage.--Crawshaw, E. Hermetic elements in Donne's poetic vision.--Anglo, S. More Machiavellian than Machiavel.--Harding, D. W. The devotions now.--Baker-Smith, D. John Donne's critique of true religion.--Merchant, W. M. Donne's sermon to the Virginia Company.
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(OCoLC)628488
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