John Donne's Articulations of the Feminine

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Abbreviations
ACW Ancient Christian Writers. The Works of the Fathers in Translation.
Ed. Johannes Quasten, Walter J. Burghardt, Thomas Comerford Lawler . New York; Ramsey, NJ: Newman Press.
ANF Ante-Nicene Fathers, The. Translations of the Writings of the Fathers
Down to A.D. 325
( 1885). Ed. Revd Alexander Roberts and
James Donaldson. Buffalo, NY. The Christian Literature Publishing Company.
CSEL Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum ( Vienna, 1866- ).
DNB Dictionary of National Biography ( 1885- 1900). Ed. Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee. 58 Volumes. London: Smith, Elder.
FA The First Anniversary
FE "'A Funerall Elegie'"
OED Oxford English Dictionary. 2nd edn. ( Oxford, 1991).
PL Patrologia Latina. ( Migne)
SA The Second Anniversary
Periodicals
ANQ American Notes and Queries
CI Critical Inquiry
CQ Critical Quarterly
ELH English Literary History
ELN English Language Notes
ELR English Literary Renaissance
ESC English Studies in Canada
GLQ Gay and Lesbian Quarterly
HLQ Huntington Library Quarterly
JDJ John Donne Journal
JEGP Journal of English and Germanic Philology
MLN Modern Language Notes
MLQ Modern Language Quarterly
MLS Modern Language Studies
MP Modern Philology
N&Q Notes & Queries
PLL Papers on Language and Literature
PMLA Publications of the Modern Language Association

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