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The complete English poems / John Donne.

By: Donne, John, 1572-1631
Material type: TextTextSeries: Everyman's Library ; 5Publisher: [London] : Everyman's Library : Distributed by Random Century Group, [1991]Description: 569 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 1857150058Uniform titles: Poems Subject(s): English poemsDDC classification: 821.3 LOC classification: PR2245.A5 | P38 1991bDissertation note: This text contains the complete English poems of John Donne. The detailed notes explain unfamiliar words, clarify obscure references, and refine grammatical complexities; they also give the most important variant reading from selected manuscripts. Avoided are any paraphrases, personal interpretation and unauthorized textual emendations. The book begins with an introduction to the poet and his times, including a bibliography of over 750 items. To complete the volume, Alexander Pope's versions of Donne Satyres II and IV, which are often called into comparison with the originals, have been included in an appendix.
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This text contains the complete English poems of John Donne. The detailed notes explain unfamiliar words, clarify obscure references, and refine grammatical complexities; they also give the most important variant reading from selected manuscripts. Avoided are any paraphrases, personal interpretation and unauthorized textual emendations. The book begins with an introduction to the poet and his times, including a bibliography of over 750 items. To complete the volume, Alexander Pope's versions of Donne Satyres II and IV, which are often called into comparison with the originals, have been included in an appendix.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [511]-556) and indexes.

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