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  • Imaginative Core Of Donne's Poetry
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    Ideas are clearly the imaginative core of John Donne's poetry. This is vividly evident through the study of Donne's poetry, and in particular his works; "The Relique", "The Sunne Rising" and "A Valediction: forbidding mourning". Donne utilizes a focus concept throughout his array of poetic works, and maintains his audiences attention through the exploration of those concepts. Various thematic settings are applied to convey the intended thought, and provide a base on which Donne builds his explor...
  • John Donne Showed His Love John
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    How John Donne Showed his Love John Donne's poetry has been both ridiculed and praised. One reason for the ridicule is due to the fact that many people believe his work is vulgar, and his discussion of sex may seem improper to some people. Even in this modern age some people may find it a bit offensive. You can imagine what people thought of it in the sixteenth century. His discussion of sex in this " disgusting'; manner is more obvious and prevalent in his early work, while he still had many fe...
  • Earl Simmons And John Donne
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    Stewart 1 The Similarities of Two Worlds Do we have such poetry in our age, as John Donne and the Seventeenth-Century Metaphysical Poets? Yes, but we tend to limit ourselves to the very best works of a very few figures. When poetry is much more than what chosen artists portray. It is a challenge to look squarely and see beyond the obvious features of things. Sometimes real poetry is hidden beneath a rock, such as the work of Earl Simmons also known as D.M.X. Earl Simmons has an emotional climax ...
  • Donne's Poems The Sunne
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    How representative are the poems the Sunne rising and good Friday 1613 riding westward of john Donne's overall work and how can these poems be read from different perspectives and concepts? Through John Donne's poems the Sunne rising and Good Friday 1613. Riding westward, it is highly evident how they are representative of his other works of poetry through the recurring themes of love and religion. The representation is also seen through the use of similar techniques used throughout his works su...
  • Donne Love Poetry
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    John Donne's poetry John Donne's finest achievements can be found in his love poetry. The Sunne Rising, A valediction Forbidding Mourning and The Relique are three examples of this. Whether speaking directly or indirectly to his subject, in each of the poems, Donne describes his love for his lady. He does this using personification, metaphors, rhetorical devices and many other techniques to strengthen the argument he is presenting. The Sunne Rising is set in bed with Donne's lover. The poem is d...

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