John Donne: The Critical Heritage - Vol. 2

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Acknowledgements

It has unfortunately not been possible to identify individuals whose assistance the late Professor A.J. Smith would have wished to acknowledge. I am grateful to Professor Howard Erskine-Hill for suggesting that I undertake the completion of the book and to Dr Richard Luckett, Sandra Dawe of the Pendlebury Music Library, and Julie Crawley, Music Librarian of the University of Exeter Library, for help with the compilation of settings of Donne's poems to music. I am much obliged to the Oxford University Press for permission to reprint excerpts from: (i) vol. ii of The Poems of John Donne edited by Herbert John Clifford Grierson, Oxford University Press, 1912; (ii) Donne's Sermons: Selected Passages, with an Essay by Logan Pearsall Smith, Oxford University Press, 1919; (iii) a letter by W.B. Yeats, edited by John Kelly et al., Oxford University Press, W.B. Yeat's poem, To a Young Beauty' is reprinted with permission of A.P. Watt Ltd from The Wild Swans at Coole and Simon & Schuster from The Poems of W.B. Yeats: A New Edition, edited by Richard J. Finneran, copyright 1919 by Macmillan Publishing company, renewed 1945 by Bertha Georgie Yeats. Thanks are given to A.P. Watt Ltd for permission to include an extract from W.B. Yeat's 'The Tragic Generation' out of The Trembling of the Veil (1922), reprinted in Autobiographies, Macmillan Press, 1961. Cambridge University Press kindly gave permission for the inclusion of John Donne, Poetry and Prose' by Herbert John Clifford Grierson in vol. iv of The Cambridge History of English Literature, Cambridge University Press, 1909. Excerpts from Selected Essays by T.S. Eliot, copyright 1950 by Harcourt Brace & Company and renewed 1978 by Esmé Valerie Eliot, are reprinted by permission of the publisher. The excerpt from The Letters of T.S. Eliot, 1898-1922 by T.S. Eliot, copyright 1989 by SET Copyrights Limited is reprinted by permission of Harcourt, Brace & Company. Grateful acknowledgement is also made to Faber and Faber and the Estate of T.S. Eliot for permission to include extracts by T.S. Eliot from Selected Essays, The Letters of T.S. Eliot: vol. I 1898-1922 edited by Valerie Eliot, and from his articles in the Athenaeum, The Nation and Athenaeum and A

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