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JOHN DONNE
(1572–1631)

from Biathanatos

  John Donne, the English metaphysical poet and, after 1621, Dean of St. Paul’s, was a writer of sonnets, songs, elegies, satires, and sermons. It is for his poetic works, many with religious themes, that he is principally known today. … Continue reading

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