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» John Donne’s metaphysical poetry
By Laís Dalsoquio (X) | Published 05/9/2008 | Literature and Poetry | Recommendation:
I will analyze how we can notice the influence of metaphysical concepts on Donne’s poetry, using two of his poems: “Holy Sonnets” and “Valediction: Forbidden Mourning”. After this, I will examine Margareth Edison’s appropriation of Donne’s poems in the play “Wit”.
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