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Lecture 15

ENG 1122 - Lecture 15.docx

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English
Course Code
ENG2105
Professor
David Carlson

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ENG 1122Lecture 15Baroque poets Characteristic of these writersTheir readiness to assume that their readership is ready to meet with real complexityo Poetry and other forms o John Donnecirculation of poems initially not in print form but in manuscript copies where interested parties close to the world of Dunn copied them and made the most of themApplies to Donnes earlier work the more secular erotic lyrics of which we studied a few examples last Wednesday o The interesting thing is to see how some of the same habits of voice and imagination prevail in the writings that follow from his later career as a minister of the church of EnglandThe frustration of his hopes of a secular career and his being urged into the ministerial career in which he enjoyed great successSonnet 14Batter My HeartTells God what to do First QuatrainQuatrain rhyme schemeAssociated with erotic lyricDunn is plainly taking it over for the p
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