John Donne (1572-1631)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Londres, 1572
Death : Londres, 31-03-1631
Note :
Poète. - D'origine catholique, il épouse la nièce de Thomas More, mais se convertit à l'anglicanisme, entre dans les ordres en 1615 et deviendra doyen de Saint-Paul de Londres
Variants of the name : Džon Donn (1572-1631) (russe)
Джон Донн (1572-1631) (russe)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2139 3091

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Books (110)

John Donne in context
Manuscript matters
From vanitas to veritas
Donne's god
John Donne and contemporary poetry
John Donne & early modern legal culture
Returning to John Donne
Reading class through Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton
Typology and Iconography in Donne, Herbert, and Milton
John Donne and religious authority in the Reformed English church
John Donne and the Conway papers
John Donne, le sentiment dans la langue
Shakespeare and Donne
Rhetoric and the familiar in Francis Bacon and John Donne
Bodies, politics, and transformations
A cognitive approach to John Donne's "Songs and sonnets"
Theologies of language in English Renaissance literature
Donne's Augustine
The Oxford handbook of John Donne
Niets heb ik van mijzelf
The christian hebraism of John Donne
John Donne's performances
Seventeenth-century poetic genres as social categories
Verse and poetics in George Herbert and John Donne
Using alchemical memory techniques for the interpretation of literature
The interpersonal idiom in Shakespeare, Donne, and early modern culture
John Donne, body and soul
The Reformation unsettled
Refiguring the sacred feminine
The rhetoric of the conscience in Donne, Herbert and Vaughan
John Donne's poetry
Skepticism and memory in Shakespeare and Donne
Divine deviants
John Donne
John Donne in the nineteenth century
The Cambridge companion to John Donne
Desiring Donne
John Donne
"To our bodies turn we then"
John Donne's poetry and early modern visual culture
Holy ambition
The Virgin Mary as alchemical and Lullian reference in Donne
John Donne
John Donne
John Donne and conformity in crisis in the late Jacobean pulpit
John Donne and the Protestant Reformation
John Donne's professional lives
The poetry of immanence
Donne and the resources of kind
La poésie de John Donne
John Donne
John Donne & Cie
Donne, Castiglione, and the poetry of courtliness
The theology of John Donne
John Donne
Literature and sacrament
Jeunesse immortelle
The dean and his god
John Donne's articulations of the feminine
Donne's religious writing
Eros profano ed Eros mistico nella poesia inglese del Seicento
Conforming to the Word
Ideology and desire in Renaissance poetry
Heilig öffentlich Geheimnis
John Donne and modernity
Donne and the politics of conscience in early modern England
John Donne and the ancient catholic nobility
The enigmatic narrator
Pour une critique des traductions
John Donne
Essays on Renaissance literature
Essays on Renaissance literature
The influence of John Donne
Campion's ghost
The influence of John Donne
Feminine engendered faith
Eucharistic poetry
John Donne and the rethorics of Renaissance discourse
Poetry of contemplation
A John Donne companion
A preface to Donne
The Triple fool
The metaphysical poets
Dialogues with convention
John Donne and twentieth-century criticism
So doth, so is religion
John Donne
The Eagle and the dove
John Donne and the theology of language
John Donne ,undone
Retorica e immaginario
John Donne, coterie poet
Donne, Milton and the end of humanist rhetoric
Fulfilling the circle
The "Inward" language
John Donne
John Donne and "Calvinist" views of grace
John Donne's poetry
The Poetry of John Donne
Kinde pitty and brave scorn
John Donne
John Donne
John Donne
A bibliography of Dr. John Donne, dean of Saint Paul's
John Donne
The school of Donne
The Elegies and the Songs and sonnets. Edited with introduction and commentary by Helen Gardner,...
The Lyrics of John Donne as set by his contemporaries. - [24]

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