Donne's Imagery: A Study in Creative Sources

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REFERENCES TO DONNE'S WORKS
NOTE: The matter in parentheses indicates the edition used and the page on which the passage appears. The volume number is added when the six-volume Alford text is referred to; it is not added for the two- volume Grierson text because only the first volume was actually used. The key to abbreviations used in referring to editions is given on the preceding page.
III. IDEAS OF THE UNIVERSE
(H. 361)
Letter (M. 37)
Ll.7-10 (G. 336)
Letter (M. 23-24). See also the "Elegie upon Prince Henry," l. 90 (G. 270)
"The Extasie," ll. 50-52 (G. 53)
"A Feaver," ll. 21-24 (G. 21)
Respectively "Loves Growth," ll. 22-24 (G. 34) and Meditation 10 (S. 54)
Meditation 21 (S. 128)
Letter to Sir Henry Goodere (M. 88)
Ll.205, 207, 209 (G. 237)
Letter (M. 53)
Verse Letter, ll. 37-40 (G. 196)
Sermon 18 (A. I, 347)
"Elegie upon Prince Henry," ll. 21-24 (G. 268)
Ll.9-12 (G. 50)
Biathanatos (F. 146)
Epithalamion on the Lady Elizabeth and Count Palatine, ll. 39-40 (G. 128)
Verse Letter, "To the Countesse of Huntingdon." ll. 5-11 (G. 201)
"To Mr. Tilman," ll. 45-48 (G. 352)
Verse Letter, "To the Countesse of Bedford," ll. 67-68 (G. 197)
"A Funerall Elegie," ll. 67-70 (G. 247)
"The First Anniversary," ll. 117-120 (G. 235)
"Sapho to Philaenis," l. 60 (G. 126); "The Primrose," ll. 5-7 (G. 61); and Sermon110 (A. IV, 517)
Sermon75 (A. III, 354); and Sermon24 (A. I, 494)
Paradoxe XII (K. 35)
"Loves Growth," ll. 15-18 (G. 33-34)
Ll.204-205 (G. 139)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Acknowledgment 7
  • Contents 9
  • Introduction 11
  • I - The Image and Its Significance 13
  • II - The Nature of the Evidence 20
  • III - III 29
  • IV - Medicine and Alchemy 47
  • V - Geometry and the Circle 64
  • VI - Law Courts and Prisons 74
  • VII - Religion and the Bible 83
  • VIII - Myth and Classical Story 96
  • IX 103
  • X - Domestic Life 113
  • XI - Sports and Games 125
  • XIII - Commerce and Coinage 144
  • XIV - King, State, and War 151
  • XV - Metals and Substances 163
  • XVI - Men and Characteristics 169
  • XVIII - The Heavens 195
  • XIX - Rivers and Seas 201
  • XX - Animals--Real and Fabulous 207
  • Conclusion 215
  • XXI - Comparisons and Interpretations 217
  • Appendix - Table of Sources 247
  • Key to Abbreviation Used in References To Donne's Works 249
  • References to Donne's Works 250
  • Index 267
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