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Donne & the Drurys.
R. C. Bald
|LC Classifications||DA358.D76 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||59002100|
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The English writer and Anglican cleric John Donne is considered now to be the preeminent metaphysical poet of his time. He was born in to Roman Catholic parents, when practicing that religion was illegal in England. His work is distinguished by its emotional and sonic intensity and its capacity to plumb the paradoxes of faith, human and divine love, and the possibility of salvation. Grace to a witty sinner: a life of Donne [by] Edward Le Comte; Donne and the Drurys / R.C. Bald; John Donne and his world / Derek Parker; Le donne dei Medici / Emma Micheletti; Australia donna [electronic resource]: le donne di origine italiana in Australia.
Because of the nature of the material, commentary on the three poems grouped together as the Anniversaries ("The First Anniversary," "A Funerall Elegie," and "The Second Anniversary") is presented under several headings, beginning with "General Commentary," and running through eight large topics such as "Donne, the Drurys, and Patronage. Drury Outdoors Deer Flat Bill fitted hat in black with charcoal grey embroidered stitching. The front of the hat features the deer skull and antlers; back of the hat features our "DOD" logo. Available in two sizes with flexfit technology: size S/M and L/XL S/M measures 6 7/8"- 7 1/4" L/XL measures 7 1/4"- 7 5/8".
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The Drurys, who gave London's Drury Lane its name, are interesting in their own account, as well as for their connection with John Donne. This book, based in large measure on the family papers which are owned by the University of Chicago, sketches the family's rise to wealth and royal favor under Elizabeth I, followed by its later financial difficulties and its alliances with the Bacons and the by: 2.
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In consenting to the publication of the two Anniversaries, 'wherein, by occasion of the untimely death of Mistris Elizabeth Drury', Donne set forth first 'the frailty and decay of this world' and then went on to contemplate the soul's 'exaltation in the next', the poet himself publicized his relations with the Drury family as he did those with no other friend or patron.
Donne and the Drurys. By R. BALD. x+ Cambridge: University Press, 30s. net. This book is based on the hitherto unknown papers of Sir Robert and Lady Drury, which survive among the Redgrave muniments in the University of Chicago. Starting from these, and supplementing them with almost all that can.
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A major editorial and interpretive undertaking, this edition includes a newly edited critical text based on exhaustive study of all known manuscripts and significant printed editions of Donne’s poetry and a complete digest of critical and scholarly commentary on the poetry from Donne’s time to the present.
Bald, Robert C. Donne and the Drurys. Westport, CT: Greenwood, a. E-mail Citation» A study, reprint of the first publication inof Donne’s relationship with Sir Robert Drury and his family, focusing primarily on Donne’s continental travels with the Drurys in – and on Drury’s patronage.
Bald, Robert C. John Donne: A. The Drurys were a very prominent family in ENG in the early Robert Drury, the patron of John Donne, was married to a descendant of the royal daughter Elizabeth was to wed the younger son of James the 1st, but when his older brother died, Charles became heir to the throne and required an international eth died.
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This article introduces a previously unknown manuscript copy of a satirical book-list in Latin by John Donne, known as the Catalogus librorum satyricus or The Courtier’s manuscript (which we call WA2) was discovered at Westminster Abbey in autumnand is the earliest surviving witness of the Catalogus.A transcription of the new copy is supplied, with Author: Daniel Martin Starza Smith, Matthew Payne, Melanie Marshall.
John Donne was born in London in into the family of the successful and wealthy ironmonger John Donne. His mother, Elizabeth Heywood, was descended from the family of Sir Thomas More.
His mother was an accomplished literary woman, the author of epigrams and interludes, although she did not live long enough to teach John much about poetry or.John Donne, (born sometime between Jan.
24 and JLondon, Eng.—died MaLondon), leading English poet of the Metaphysical school and dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London (–31).
Donne is often considered the greatest love poet in the English is also noted for his religious verse and treatises and for his sermons, which rank among the best of the.The date of the letter appears to be fixed to by the following allusion to Donne’s projected journey abroad with the Drurys— “Elucescit mihi nova, nec inopportuna, nec inutilis, (paulo quam optarem fortassis magis inhonora) occasio extera visendi regna, liberosque perquam amantissimae conjugis charissima pignora, ceteraque huius.