John Donne and His Work Analytical Essay by ResearchRiter

John Donne and His Work
This paper looks at the poetry of John Donne and claims he should be in a more prominent position as an English writer.
# 123476 | 750 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (English) , Literature (Poetry) , Sociology (General)

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In this article, the writer provides a justification for why the English poet John Donne should be elevated to a more prominent position in contemporary cannons of literary discourse. The writer maintains that this is because of his unparalleled dedication to inspiring humanity through the provision of hope in his works.

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"In comparison with poets of his generation John Donne's work is readily recognized as being superior for its vibrancy of language and its immediacy of metaphor. Born in London England Donne had an intensely full life including a career as a Jacobean poet preacher and the father of twelve children with his only wife Anne More Donne. As the writer of many forms of poetry including satire elegies erotic poetry and religious poems. Donne's poems offer one overriding aspect of human ..."

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