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John Donne in Context

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Kentston Bauman, Michael Schoenfeldt, Patrick Cheney, Piers Brown, Katherine Rundell, Douglas Trevor, Kimberly Johnson, Melissa E. Sanchez, Richard Strier, David Marno, James Daybell, Ilona Bell, Katrin Ettenhuber, Adrew Wallace, Gregory Kneidel, Molly Murray, Rebecca Bushnell, David Landreth, Catherine Bates, Christopher Tilmouth, Joseph Campana, Stephen Pender, Margaret Healy, Anita Gilman Sherman, Gordon Teskey, Andrew Hadfield, Brooke Conti, Lori Anne Ferrell, Nancy Selleck, Sarah Howe, Nicholas D. Nace, James Longenbach, Linda Gregerson
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  • Publication planned for: May 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from May 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107043503

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  • John Donne was a writer of dazzling extremes. He was a notorious rake and eloquent preacher; he wrote poems of tender intimacy, and lyrics of gross misogyny. This book offers a comprehensive account of early modern life and culture as it relates to Donne's richly varied body of work. Short, lively, and accessible chapters written by leading experts in early modern studies shed light on Donne's literary career, language and works as well as exploring the social and intellectual contexts of his writing and its reception from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century. These chapters provide the depth of interpretation that Donne demands, and the range of knowledge that his prodigiously learned works elicit. Supported by a chronology of Donne's life and works and a comprehensive bibliography, this volume is a major new contribution to the study and criticism on the age of Donne and his writing.

    • Delivers a comprehensive overview of the life and works of John Donne, and the social and intellectual contexts that his writing draws on
    • Provides a wide range of scholarly yet accessible chapters written by leading scholars in early modern studies
    • The collection is supported by a chronology of John Donne's life and works and an extensive bibliography
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    • Publication planned for: May 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107043503
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
    • contains: 9 b/w illus.
    • availability: Not yet published - available from May 2019
  • Table of Contents

    List of illustrations
    Notes on contributors
    Chronology Kentston Bauman
    Abbreviations
    Introduction Michael Schoenfeldt
    1. Donne's literary career Patrick Cheney
    2. Donne's texts and materials Piers Brown
    3. Donne and print Katherine Rundell
    4. Language Douglas Trevor
    5. Donne's poetics of obstruction Kimberly Johnson
    6. Elegies and satires Melissa E. Sanchez
    7. The unity of the Songs and Sonnets Richard Strier
    8. Divine poems David Marno
    9. Letters James Daybell
    10. Orality and performance Ilona Bell
    11. Reading and interpretation Katrin Ettenhuber
    12. Education Adrew Wallace
    13. Law Gregory Kneidel
    14. Donne's prisons Molly Murray
    15. Donne and the natural world Rebecca Bushnell
    16. Money David Landreth
    17. Sexuality Catherine Bates
    18. Donne and the passions Christopher Tilmouth
    19. Pain Joseph Campana
    20. Medicine Stephen Pender
    21. Science, alchemy, and the new philosophy Margaret Healy
    22. Donne and skepticism Anita Gilman Sherman
    23. The metaphysics of the metaphysicals Gordon Teskey
    24. Controversial prose Andrew Hadfield
    25. Devotional prose Brooke Conti
    26. The sermons Lori Anne Ferrell
    27. The self Nancy Selleck
    28. Portraits Sarah Howe
    29. Donne in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Nicholas D. Nace
    30. Donne in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries James Longenbach
    31. Donne in the twenty-first century: thinking feeling Linda Gregerson
    Further reading
    Index.

  • Editor

    Michael Schoenfeldt, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
    Michael Schoenfeldt is John R. Knott, Jr Collegiate Professor of English at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His previous publications include Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England: Physiology and Inwardness in Spenser, Shakespeare, Herbert, and Milton (Cambridge, 2000), and The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare's Poetry (Cambridge, 2010); and as editor, A Companion to Shakespeare's Sonnets (2006).

    Contributors

    Kentston Bauman, Michael Schoenfeldt, Patrick Cheney, Piers Brown, Katherine Rundell, Douglas Trevor, Kimberly Johnson, Melissa E. Sanchez, Richard Strier, David Marno, James Daybell, Ilona Bell, Katrin Ettenhuber, Adrew Wallace, Gregory Kneidel, Molly Murray, Rebecca Bushnell, David Landreth, Catherine Bates, Christopher Tilmouth, Joseph Campana, Stephen Pender, Margaret Healy, Anita Gilman Sherman, Gordon Teskey, Andrew Hadfield, Brooke Conti, Lori Anne Ferrell, Nancy Selleck, Sarah Howe, Nicholas D. Nace, James Longenbach, Linda Gregerson

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