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John Donne Literary Reviews

Bartleby Collection: Cambridge History of English and American Literature

Provides information on the encyclopedia showcasing 18 volumes of literary anthologies.

Britten and Donne: Holy Sonnets Set to Music

Provides information on the literary criticism attempts to approach Benjamin Britten's commentary on Donne's sonnets.

The Calme by John Donne

Features literary review and criticism on the poem using political and social approaches.

Colon and Semi-Colon in Donne's Prose Letters: Practice and Principle

Literary criticism on Donne's poetic styles. Uses the structural and functional approach.

Donne, Herbert, and the Worm of Controversy

Showcases Louis Martz's analysis and literary criticism on the poems of Donne, Herbert and Worm.

John Donne's "Lamentations" and Christopher Fetherstone's Lamentations

Literary analysis presenting a comparative study on both lamentation.

John Donne's Use of Space

Provides insights on the writing themes and styles of Donne.

Laura: Uncovering Gender and Genre in Wyatt, Donne, and Marvell

Provides information on the commentary article by Barbara Estrin.

Love of Poetry of John Donne

Provides information on the various songs and sonnets of the poet.

Metaphysical Sonnets of John Donne and Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski

Features the two literary figures of the Renaissance period. Presents a comparative analysis.

Paraphrase Used in a Review of Empson on Donne

Presents literary criticism featuring a comparative analysis on the works of both poets. Uses the structural and functional approaches.

Pseudo-Martyr: Ed. Anthony Raspa - Montreal

Contains information on the studies conducted by scholars on John Donne's corpus.

Review on Ideology and Desire in Renaissance Poetry

Features a commentary on Ronald Corthell's review on the subject of John Donne. Written by Gary Kuchar.

Review on The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne

Provides information and commentaries on the epigram. Written by Elizabeth Hodgson.

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