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John Donne: A Selection of His Poetry (1950) [Collection]
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A collection of Poetry by John Donne.

Contents:

  • Songs and Sonets (mainly c. 1593-1601)
    • The Good-morrow
    • Song
    • Womans Contancy
    • The Undertaking
    • The Sunne Rising
    • Loves Usury
    • The Canonization
    • The Triple Foole
    • Lovers Infinitenesse
    • Song
    • The Legacie
    • A Feaver
    • Aire and Angels
    • Breake of Day
    • The Anniversarie
    • A Valediction: of my name, in the window
    • Twicknam Garden
    • A Valediction: of the booke
    • Loves Growth
    • The Dreame
    • A Valediction: of weeping
    • Loves Alchymie
    • The Flea
    • The Curse
    • A Nocturnall upon S. Lucies Day
    • Witchcraft by a Picture
    • The Apparition
    • The Broken Heart
    • A Valediction: forbidding mourning
    • The Extasie
    • Loves Dietie
    • The Will
    • The Funerall
    • The Blossome
    • The Primrose
    • The Relique
    • The Dampe
    • The Prohibition
    • The Expiration
    • A Lecture upon the Shadow
  • Elegies
    • I. Jealosie (c. 1593-8)
    • II. The Anagram (c. 1593-8)
    • III. Change (c. 1593-8)
    • IV. The Perfume (c. 1593-8)
    • V. His Picture (c. 1593-8)
    • VII. Natures lay Ideot (c. 1593-8)
    • IX. The Autumnall (c. 1607-80
    • X. The Dreame (date uncertain)
    • XII. His Parting from her (c. 1593-8)
    • XVI. On his Mistris (c. 1593-8)
    • XVIII. Loves Progress (c. 1593-8)
    • XIX. To his Mistris going to Bed (c. 1593-8)
  • Epithalamions
    • On the Lady Elizabeth and Count Palatine (1613)
    • Epithalamion made at Lincolnes Inne (after 1592)
  • Satyres (c. 1593-7)
    • I. Away thou foundling motley humorist
    • II. Sir: though (I thanke God for it)
    • III. Kinde pitty chokes my spleene
    • IIII. Well; I may now receive, and die
  • Verse Letters
    • To Mr Christopher Brook
      • The Storme (1597)
      • The Calme (1597)
    • To the Countesse of Huntingdon (before 1601)
    • To Sir Henry Wotton (before April 1598)
    • To Sir Henry Goodyere (c. 1605-8)
    • To Mr Rowland Woodward (c. 1599)
    • To Sir Henry Wotton (20 July 1598)
    • To the Countesse of Bedford
      • Madame, Reason is (c. 1607-8)
      • Madame, You have refin'd (c. 1608)
      • This Twilight (c. 1609-14)
    • To the Countesse of Huntingdon (c. 1608-14)
    • To Mr T[homas] W[oodward]: At once, from hence (c. 1593-8)
    • To Mr E[dward] G[ilpin?] (c. 1593-8)
    • To Mr R[owland] W[oodward]: If, as mine is (c. 1596-7)
    • To Mr I. L.:
      • Of that short (c. 1593-8)
      • Blest are your (c. 1593-8)
    • To Sir H[enry] W[otton] (July 1604)
    • To the Countesse of Bedford: Honour is so (c. 1609-14)
  • Anniversaries, Epicedes, and Obsequies
    • Extract from The First Anniversarie (1611)
    • Extract from The Second Anniversarie (1612)
    • Elegie on the Lady Marckham (1609)
    • Elegie on Mistris Boulstred (1609)
  • Divine Poems
    • La Corona (1609)
      • Annunciation
      • Nativitie
      • Temple
      • Crucifying
      • Resurrection
      • Ascention
    • Holy Sonnets (date uncertain. I_XVI? before 1615)
      • I. Thou hast made me
      • V. I am a little world
      • VI. This is my playes
      • VII. At the round earths
      • IX. If poysonous mineralls
      • X. Death be not proud
      • XI. Spit in my face
      • XIII. What if this present were
      • XIV. Batter my heart
      • XVII. Since she whom I lov'd (1617-9)
      • XVIII. Show me, deare Christ
      • XIX. Oh, to vex me
    • Good Friday, 1613. Riding Westward
    • A Hymne to Christ (1619)
    • A Hymen to God the Father (1623)
    • Hymne to God my God (1631 or ? 1623)
  • Index of first lines
  • Original title: John Donne: A Selection of His Poetry
    Original languages: English

    Quotes:

    Genre: Poetry


    The following works are contained within this one:
         Death be not proud (1633) [Poem]
          Author: John Donne

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    John Donne: A Selection of His Poetry (1950)
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    Language: English

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    John Donne: A Selection of His Poetry (1950)

    Format: Paperback
    Place of publication: Harmondsworth, Middlesex
    Publisher: Penguin Books
    Pages: 182

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