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Anniversaries and the Poetry of Praise. The complete poetry of John Donne with an introduction, notes and variants. Metaphysical lyrics and poems of the seventeenth century /. His view of women has, with some justice, been considered rather sexist even for his own time. The poems and letters. The authors have many differences and similarities in the way the tackle the weighty issue of death. It is forced to live in the slave quarters with roommates like sickness and prison wars. But the words are so easily and conversationally statedto an even greater degree than in Donnethat the reader does not even notice that science is being brought into play.
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Compare and contrast poems
One sees is something that should not be feared while the other tells readers to enjoy life before they pass. "Had we but world enough and time carries with it a softness, an understanding attitude that Donne lacks. He employs usual verb forms, surprising metaphorical conceits and complex figures of speech in order to stress his ramp Meter Letter point on death. The works of Lord Herbert, Thomas Garew, Sir John Suckling, Richard Lovelace /. Herrick would preach witty sermons which delighted the parish gentry and became very devoted to his village and its customs. He describes her beautiful face and body. Later he received a small ecclesiastical living in Devonshire and gradually settled down to a peaceful country life. A Study of the Plain Style.