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The Resource John Donne's poetry : authoritive texts, criticism, edited by Donald R. Dickson

John Donne's poetry : authoritive texts, criticism, edited by Donald R. Dickson

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John Donne's poetry : authoritive texts, criticism
Title
John Donne's poetry
Title remainder
authoritive texts, criticism
Statement of responsibility
edited by Donald R. Dickson
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "This new Norton Critical Edition presents a comprehensive collection of Donne's poetry. The texts are divided into sections: "Satires," "Elegies," "Verse Letters to Several Personages," "Songs and Sonnets," and "Divine Poems." They have been scrupulously edited and are from the Westmoreland manuscript where possible - collated against the best exemplars from the most important families of Donne manuscripts: the Cambridge Balam, the Dublin Trinity, the O'Flahertie - and compared with all seven of the seventeenth-century printed editions of the poems as well as with the major twentieth-century editions. Annotations to the texts of the poems define uncommon terms and locate historical references." ""Criticism" is divided into four sections. "Donne and Metaphysical Poetry" includes seventeenth-century views on Donne and his style by Ben Jonson, Thomas Carew, Izaak Walton, John Dryden, Samuel Johnson, Dennis Flynn, and John Carey. "Satires, Elegies, and Verse Letters" offers insights into Donne's frequently overlooked early poems and their social and literary backgrounds, Collected here are selections by Arthur F. Marotti, M. Thomas Hester, Alan Armstrong, Achsah Guibbory, Margaret Maurer, Heather Dubrow, and Gary A. Stringer. Pieces on Donne the love poet are included in "Songs and Sonnets," by Donald L. Guss, Patrick Cruttwell, John A. Clair, M. Thomas Hester, Theresa M. DiPasquale, and Camille Wells Slights. "Holy Sonnets/Divine Poems" includes essays that discuss Donne's struggles as a Christian, by R.V. Young, Louis L. Martz, David M. Sullivan, and Donald R. Dickson. A Chronology, Selected Bibliography, Index of Titles, and Index of First Lines are also included."--Jacket
  • "This new Norton Critical Edition presents a comprehensive collection of Donne's poetry. The texts are divided into sections: "Satires," "Elegies," "Verse Letters to Several Personages," "Songs and Sonnets," and "Divine Poems." They have been scrupulously edited and are from the Westmoreland manuscript where possible - collated against the best exemplars from the most important families of Donne manuscripts: the Cambridge Balam, the Dublin Trinity, the O'Flahertie - and compared with all seven of the seventeenth-century printed editions of the poems as well as with the major twentieth-century editions. Annotations to the texts of the poems define uncommon terms and locate historical references." ""Criticism" is divided into four sections. "Donne and Metaphysical Poetry" includes seventeenth-century views on Donne and his style by Ben Jonson, Thomas Carew, Izaak Walton, John Dryden, Samuel Johnson, Dennis Flynn, and John Carey. "Satires, Elegies, and Verse Letters" offers insights into Donne's frequently overlooked early poems and their social and literary backgrounds, Collected here are selections by Arthur F. Marotti, M. Thomas Hester, Alan Armstrong, Achsah Guibbory, Margaret Maurer, Heather Dubrow, and Gary A. Stringer. Pieces on Donne the love poet are included in "Songs and Sonnets," by Donald L. Guss, Patrick Cruttwell, John A. Clair, M. Thomas Hester, Theresa M. DiPasquale, and Camille Wells Slights. "Holy Sonnets/Divine Poems" includes essays that discuss Donne's struggles as a Christian, by R. V. Young, Louis L. Martz, David M. Sullivan, and Donald R. Dickson. A Chronology, Selected Bibliography, Index of Titles, and Index of First Lines are also included."--BOOK JACKET
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DLC
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1572-1631
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Donne, John
Dewey number
821/.3
Index
index present
LC call number
PR2246
LC item number
.D53 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Dickson, Donald R
Series statement
A Norton critical edition
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Donne, John
Label
John Donne's poetry : authoritive texts, criticism, edited by Donald R. Dickson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 427-432) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • comparison
  • The
  • flea
  • The
  • curse
  • The
  • ecstasy
  • The
  • undertaking
  • Love's deity
  • Love's diet --
  • Elegy 3. The
  • perfume
  • Elegy 4.
  • Jealousy
  • Elegies 5-6
  • Elegy 7.
  • Love's war
  • Elegy 8.
  • To his mistress going to bed
  • The
  • Elegy 9
  • Elegy 10. The
  • anagram
  • Elegy 11.
  • On his mistress
  • Elegy 12.
  • On his picture
  • Elegy 14.
  • Love's progress
  • Elegy
  • texts of John Donne's poetry
  • Sappho to Philænis
  • Epithalamion made at Lincoln's inn
  • Verse letters to several personages
  • The
  • storm : to Mr. Christopher Brooke
  • The
  • calm
  • To Sir Henry Wotton ["Here's no more news"]
  • To Sir Henry Wotton ["Sir, more than kisses"]
  • To Mr. R[owland]. W[oodward]. ["Like one who' in her third widowhood"]
  • Satires
  • To Mr. T[homas]. W[oodard]. ["Haste thee harsh verse"]
  • To Mr. T[homas]. W[oodward]. ["Pregnant again"]
  • To Mr. E[verard]. G[uilpin]. ["Even as lame things"]
  • To Mr. S.B. ["O thou which to search"]
  • To Mr. B.B. ["Is not thy sacred hunger of science"]
  • To Sir Henry Wotton at his going Ambassador to Venice
  • To the Countess of Bedford ["Madam, reason is our soul's left hand"]
  • To the Countess of Bedford ["Madam, you have refin'd me"]
  • Songs and sonnets
  • The
  • Satires 1-5
  • message
  • The
  • bait
  • The
  • apparition
  • The
  • broken heart
  • A
  • lecture upon the shadow
  • A
  • Elegies
  • valediction forbidding mourning
  • The
  • good morrow
  • Song ["Go and catch a falling star"]
  • Woman's constancy
  • The
  • sun rising
  • The
  • indifferent
  • Love's usury
  • Elegy 1. The
  • The
  • canonization
  • The
  • triple fool
  • Lover's infiniteness
  • Song ["sweetest love, I do not go"]
  • The
  • legacy
  • A
  • fever
  • bracelet
  • Air and angels
  • Break of day
  • The
  • prohibition
  • The
  • anniversary
  • A
  • valediction of my name in the window
  • Twicknam garden
  • A
  • Elegy 2. The
  • valediction of the book
  • Community
  • Love's growth
  • Love's exchange
  • Confined love
  • The
  • dream
  • A
  • valediction of weeping
  • Love's alchemy
  • life of Dr. John Donne
  • Izaak Walton
  • Donne affects the metaphysics
  • John Dryden
  • The
  • metaphysical poets
  • Samuel Johnson
  • Portrait of a swordsman
  • Dennis Flynn
  • Donne's apostasy
  • Criticism
  • John Carey
  • Satires, elegies, and verse letters
  • Donne as an inns-of-court author
  • Arthur F. Marotti
  • "Ask thy father" : rereading Donne's Satyre III
  • M. Thomas Hester
  • The
  • apprenticeship of John Donne : Ovid and the Elegies
  • Alan Armstrong
  • "Oh, let mee not serve so" : the politics of love in Donne's Elegies
  • Donne and metaphysical poetry
  • Achsah Guibbory
  • John Donne's verse letters
  • Margaret Maurer
  • Resident alien : John Donne
  • Heather Dubrow
  • Some of Donne's revisions (and how to recognize them)
  • Gary A. Stringer
  • Donne's petrarchism
  • Donald L. Guss
  • The
  • Conversations about Donne
  • love poetry of John Donne : pedantique weedes or fresh invention?
  • Patrick Cruttwell
  • John Donne's "The canonization"
  • John A. Clair
  • "this cannot be said" : a preface to the reader of Donne's lyrics
  • M. Thomas Hester
  • Receiving a sexual sacrament : "The flea" as profane eucharist
  • Theresa M. DiPasquale
  • A
  • pattern of love : representations of Anne Donne
  • Ben Jonson
  • Camille Wells Slights
  • Donne's holy sonnets and the theology of grace
  • R.V. Young
  • Donne's holy sonnets and "Good Friday, 1613"
  • Louis L. Martz
  • Riders to the west : "Goodfriday, 1613"
  • David M. Sullivan
  • The
  • complexities of biblical typology in the seventeenth century
  • Donald R. Dickson -- John Donne : a chronology
  • An
  • elegy upon the death of the Dean of Paul's, Dr. John Donne
  • Thomas Carew
  • from The
Control code
70831097
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xiv, 439 pages
Isbn
9780393926484
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2006046829
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)70831097
Label
John Donne's poetry : authoritive texts, criticism, edited by Donald R. Dickson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 427-432) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • comparison
  • The
  • flea
  • The
  • curse
  • The
  • ecstasy
  • The
  • undertaking
  • Love's deity
  • Love's diet --
  • Elegy 3. The
  • perfume
  • Elegy 4.
  • Jealousy
  • Elegies 5-6
  • Elegy 7.
  • Love's war
  • Elegy 8.
  • To his mistress going to bed
  • The
  • Elegy 9
  • Elegy 10. The
  • anagram
  • Elegy 11.
  • On his mistress
  • Elegy 12.
  • On his picture
  • Elegy 14.
  • Love's progress
  • Elegy
  • texts of John Donne's poetry
  • Sappho to Philænis
  • Epithalamion made at Lincoln's inn
  • Verse letters to several personages
  • The
  • storm : to Mr. Christopher Brooke
  • The
  • calm
  • To Sir Henry Wotton ["Here's no more news"]
  • To Sir Henry Wotton ["Sir, more than kisses"]
  • To Mr. R[owland]. W[oodward]. ["Like one who' in her third widowhood"]
  • Satires
  • To Mr. T[homas]. W[oodard]. ["Haste thee harsh verse"]
  • To Mr. T[homas]. W[oodward]. ["Pregnant again"]
  • To Mr. E[verard]. G[uilpin]. ["Even as lame things"]
  • To Mr. S.B. ["O thou which to search"]
  • To Mr. B.B. ["Is not thy sacred hunger of science"]
  • To Sir Henry Wotton at his going Ambassador to Venice
  • To the Countess of Bedford ["Madam, reason is our soul's left hand"]
  • To the Countess of Bedford ["Madam, you have refin'd me"]
  • Songs and sonnets
  • The
  • Satires 1-5
  • message
  • The
  • bait
  • The
  • apparition
  • The
  • broken heart
  • A
  • lecture upon the shadow
  • A
  • Elegies
  • valediction forbidding mourning
  • The
  • good morrow
  • Song ["Go and catch a falling star"]
  • Woman's constancy
  • The
  • sun rising
  • The
  • indifferent
  • Love's usury
  • Elegy 1. The
  • The
  • canonization
  • The
  • triple fool
  • Lover's infiniteness
  • Song ["sweetest love, I do not go"]
  • The
  • legacy
  • A
  • fever
  • bracelet
  • Air and angels
  • Break of day
  • The
  • prohibition
  • The
  • anniversary
  • A
  • valediction of my name in the window
  • Twicknam garden
  • A
  • Elegy 2. The
  • valediction of the book
  • Community
  • Love's growth
  • Love's exchange
  • Confined love
  • The
  • dream
  • A
  • valediction of weeping
  • Love's alchemy
  • life of Dr. John Donne
  • Izaak Walton
  • Donne affects the metaphysics
  • John Dryden
  • The
  • metaphysical poets
  • Samuel Johnson
  • Portrait of a swordsman
  • Dennis Flynn
  • Donne's apostasy
  • Criticism
  • John Carey
  • Satires, elegies, and verse letters
  • Donne as an inns-of-court author
  • Arthur F. Marotti
  • "Ask thy father" : rereading Donne's Satyre III
  • M. Thomas Hester
  • The
  • apprenticeship of John Donne : Ovid and the Elegies
  • Alan Armstrong
  • "Oh, let mee not serve so" : the politics of love in Donne's Elegies
  • Donne and metaphysical poetry
  • Achsah Guibbory
  • John Donne's verse letters
  • Margaret Maurer
  • Resident alien : John Donne
  • Heather Dubrow
  • Some of Donne's revisions (and how to recognize them)
  • Gary A. Stringer
  • Donne's petrarchism
  • Donald L. Guss
  • The
  • Conversations about Donne
  • love poetry of John Donne : pedantique weedes or fresh invention?
  • Patrick Cruttwell
  • John Donne's "The canonization"
  • John A. Clair
  • "this cannot be said" : a preface to the reader of Donne's lyrics
  • M. Thomas Hester
  • Receiving a sexual sacrament : "The flea" as profane eucharist
  • Theresa M. DiPasquale
  • A
  • pattern of love : representations of Anne Donne
  • Ben Jonson
  • Camille Wells Slights
  • Donne's holy sonnets and the theology of grace
  • R.V. Young
  • Donne's holy sonnets and "Good Friday, 1613"
  • Louis L. Martz
  • Riders to the west : "Goodfriday, 1613"
  • David M. Sullivan
  • The
  • complexities of biblical typology in the seventeenth century
  • Donald R. Dickson -- John Donne : a chronology
  • An
  • elegy upon the death of the Dean of Paul's, Dr. John Donne
  • Thomas Carew
  • from The
Control code
70831097
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xiv, 439 pages
Isbn
9780393926484
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2006046829
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)70831097

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