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Don·né

(dō-nā'),
Alfred, French physician, 1801-1878. See: Donné corpuscle.
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Donne's Rectified Litany," John Donne Journal 21 (2002):
"John Donne and the Emblematic Practice." Review of English Studies 22.87(1946): 182-200.
After reading a poem to his dying mum, he was asked: "You just make that up?" "No, John Donne," he said.
John Donne's Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions (1624) is unique as a devotional work because it is not a devotional method in itself for readers to use in the hopes of achieving their own spiritual recovery, but is rather an application of a method that its author never articulates.
"Donne the Sea Man." John Donne Journal 16 (1997): 137-83.
Simon Schama's John Donne (9.00pm) Fiona Shaw joins the presenter and historian in exploring the life of John Donne, the 16th-century writer who has become one of Britain's most celebrated love poets..
Simon Schama's John Donne (9.00pm) The life of 16th-century poet John Donne.
In his acceptance speech, Fazelbhoy stated that as in the words of John Donne, "No man is an island" and expressed his appreciation while accepting the award on behalf of his colleagues and the Topaz board of directors, which has continued to invest in Topaz's success.
John Donne said that "no man is an island," but it appears that bacteria, and those who study bacteria, have a different opinion.
John Donne said "no man is an island," but it seems that bacteria, and those who study bacteria, have a different opinion.
John Donne emerged as one of the world's greatest English poets from his former status as a buccaneer, capturing the paradoxes of his times and offering satirical visions of hell, powerful meditations in verse, and more.