John Donne (1572-1631)

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List of Works
[Poems]   [Sermons]  

Poems (c. 1595-1631) [HC]
  • HTML (13 pages, indexed; poems 164-176) at Bartleby.com
  • HTML (Indexed - 56 pages) at Passions in Poetry
  • HTML (Indexed) at Luminarium

    Available at Amazon.Com:
  • Hardcover edition (Everymans Library, 1991).
  • Paperback edition (Modern Library, 2001, 736 pg).
  • Audio Cassette edition - John Donne : Selected Poems (Blackstone Audio Books, 1997).
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Sermons (c. 1615-1631)
  • HTML (Indexed, near bottom of pg) at Luminarium

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  • Paperback edition - John Donne : Divine Poems, Sermons, Devotions, and Prayers (Paulist Press, 1990, 309 pg).
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