God, the Greeks, and Dr. Donne: Carew’s Celebration of Donne’s Monumental Work

The poem “An Elegy Upon the Death of the Dean of Paul’s, Dr. John Donne” presents the monumental claim that John Donne was a class of poet far above his peers, positing that his mastery of language, originality of thought, and intellectual connection with his art surpassed the work of his contemporaries. The immensity of … Read moreGod, the Greeks, and Dr. Donne: Carew’s Celebration of Donne’s Monumental Work