John Donne : a literary life

George Parfitt

John Donne's individuality has been heavily stressed in the twentieth century. This book recognises the individuality of Donne's writing, but aims to relate this to the particular circumstances of his life and to the pressures of the period in which Donne lived. Both his poetry and his prose are seen less in purely aesthetic terms, therefore, than as products of a difficult life lived at a difficult time.

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  • Preface - 1572-1601: Biographical Outline
  • Aspiration
  • the Pattern Revolved
  • Satire and Environment
  • Poems and Women - 1601-1615: Biographical Outline
  • Aspiration and Frustration
  • Towards Ordination
  • Writings: Survey and Milieu
  • Poems and Women
  • Poems and God - 1615- 1632: Biographical Outline
  • Donne and Preaching
  • Doctrine
  • Sermons as Product
  • Depression and Death - Notes - An Appendix on Criticism of Donne's Writings - Bibliography - Index

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書名 John Donne : a literary life
著作者等 Parfitt, George A. E.
Parfitt George
シリーズ名 Macmillan literary lives
出版元 Macmillan
刊行年月 1989
ページ数 viii, 140 p.
大きさ 22 cm
ISBN 0333422139
NCID BA07222547
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス