John Donne

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English clergyman and metaphysical poet celebrated as a preacher (1572-1631)

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Love's Pilgrimage considers the ways in which five major English Renaissance authors--Edmund Spenser, William Shakespeare, John Donne, John Milton, and John Bunyan--appropriated the idea of pilgrimage.
I was interested to note that in the best modern biography of Donne, John Donne: A Life by the late R.
Canonization, The Poem by Donne, John, written in the 1590s and originally published in 1633 in the first edition of Songs and Sonnets.
Death, Be Not Proud Sonnet by Donne, John, one of the 19 "Holy Sonnets," or "Divine Meditations," published in 1633 in the first edition of Songs and Sonnets .
Series of 19 devotional poems by Donne, John that were published posthumously in 1633 in the first edition of Songs and Sonnets.