4 edition of Donne, a spirit in conflict found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1942 ed. published by Constable, LondonIncludes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||The Arden Library|
|Publishers||The Arden Library|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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His comparisons, references and allusions to different lands and the maps of new regions show conclusively that he was inspired by the wonder and the expanding horizon of the world he lived in: The seventeenth century was fundamentally an age of transition and revolution. And such an industry did, notwithstanding much watchfulness against it, bring them secretly together, — I forbear to tell the manner how — and at last to a marriage too, without the allowance of those friends, whose approbation always was, and ever will be, necessary, to make even a virtuous love become lawful.
 It was thy servant Job's case too, who, before he could a spirit in conflict anything to thee, says of thee,? Dare I ask this question? A Methodist, she was personally converted in a revival as a teenager, and sensed a calling to serve the church.
The vacillations, the doubts, of this imperfect but sincere man are reflected in all their passion. 1 Aug 1969 : 45. Dost thou command me to speak to thee, and command me to fear thee; and do these destroy one another?
"These being got, then without delay a choice Painter was got to be in readiness to draw his picture, which was taken as followeth. Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith? Nor were these only found in his study, but all businesses that passed of any public consequence, either in this or any of our neighbour-nations, he abbreviated a spirit in conflict in Latin, or in the language of that nation, and kept them a spirit in conflict him for useful memorials.
EXUTUS MORTE ULTIMO DIE MARTII, MDCXXXI. The age of Donne was a period of transition. In such circumstances, the spirit of the age became one of doubt and scientific analysis.
Have it, and have benefit by it; have it, and stand under it; be directed by it, and not be dejected with it. 11 10 Date: 1989 Subject: The Grace of Jesus Christ In Praise of Christ; The Book of the Church : Holy Scripture ; Discipleship and Service ; Guidance ; Hope ; Jesus Christ ; Jesus Christ Example; Jesus Christ Lordship; Peace, World Display Title: Hope of the World First Line: Hope of the world, thou Christ of great compassion Tune Title: VICAR Author: Georgia E.
" In that sickness he begged of God the constancy to be preserved in that estate for ever; and his patient expectation to have his immortal soul disrobed from her garment of mortality, makes me confident, that he now had a modest assurance that his prayers were then heard, and his petition granted.
Donne did not refute the old Ptolemic cosmology.
Nor did our own Nobility only value and favour him, but his acquaintance and friendship was sought for by most Ambassadors of foreign nations, and by many other strangers, whose learning or business occasioned their stay in this nation.
He was much importuned by many friends to make his constant residence in London; but he still denied it, having settled his dear wife and children at Mitcham, and near some friends that were bountiful to them and him; for they, God knows, needed it: and that you may the better now judge of the then present condition of his mind and fortune, I shall present you with an extract collected out of some few of his many letters.
Regarding the first: Donne is famed for the erotic poetry of his youth.