The Renaissance 14 th – 17 th Century. The Renaissance was a period of literature originating in Italy in the 14 th century. Renaissance is a French word that means “rebirth.” Historians consider the Renaissance to be the beginning of modern history.By fiona
Edward Taylor and the Metaphysical Poets. English 441 September 8, 2010. The Metaphysical poets.By hilda-rivera
Poetic Movements. Metaphysical poetry Romantic movement African American poetry. How Does a Certain Era Get Its Name?! The Stone Age – The Ice Age. Certain Periods get their Names Due to Common Characteristics Observed by Authorities of the profession e.g.: Critics or Historians.By dylan-brown
Renaissance Drama LECTURE 05. Renaissance. French word meaning “Re-birth” Started in Italy and spread in other parts of Europe. In the 15 th century after the middle ages. People took interest in early arts and culture of the Greeks and Romans.By janish
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John Donne 1572? - 1631. Donne’s Work. Early poems clever and witty love poems circulated among patrons Later became clergyman whose sermons and meditations were published. Metaphysical Poetry .
John Donne (1572-1631). I.Introduction 1.Metaphysical School 2.Conceits II.The poem “The Flea” III. The poem “Holy Sonnet 10” or ”Death, Thou Not Be Proud”. Metaphysical School. A diverse group of 17th century English poets use of intellectual concepts in surprising conceits
John Donne (1572-1631). the most outstanding of the English Metaphysical Poets and a churchman famous for his spellbinding sermons. Donne was born in London to a prominent Roman Catholic family but converted to Anglicanism during the 1590s .
Renaissance Poetry John Donne 1572-1631. Metaphysical Poetry Prose. OBJECTIVES. Develop strategies for reading and analyze metaphysical poetry Interpret metaphysical conceits and paradoxes Compare/contrast poetry styles. METAPHYSICAL (p. 506-507). What is the definition of metaphysical?
John Donne (1572-1631) Anglican (Church of England) priest. Holy Sonnet 10 “Death be not proud”. Published in 1633 posthumously. Time Line - Elizabethans. TUDORS (English Renaissance) Henry VII (1485-1509)
John Donne. Life. John Donne (1572 ～ 1631), the founder of the metaphysical school of poetry and the greatest representative of the metaphysical poets, was born of a family with a strong Roman Catholic tradition. He was educated at the Trinity College, Cambridge. . Life.