John Donne and his Letters and Poetry
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The seventeenth century English poet John Donne entered the world during a period of social, cultural, theological and political unrest in the kingdom of England. The writer maintains that this background presented him with a range of subjects and material for his writings.
From the Paper:"This turbulent environment provided him with a wide selection of topics to argue about passionately in his writing. His birth in London to a prominent Roman Catholic family which converted to Anglicanism during the 1590s reveals how early in his life religious turmoil played a role in shaping his character and perceptions of life."
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