VOLUME 19 (2000)

Donne Returns to Loseley


Paul J. Voss. Sir Thomas More in the Year of Donne’s Birth. 1-18.
Maureen Sabine. Illumina Tenebras Nostras Domina—Donne at Evensong. 19-44.
María J. Pando Canteli. The Poetics of Space in Donne’s Love Poetry. 45-57.
Ilona Bell. Courting Anne More. 59-86.
John T. Shawcross. The Meditative Path and Personal Poetry. 87-99.
Helen B. Brooks. “When I would not I change in vowes, and in devotione”: Donne’s “Vexations” and the Ignatian Meditative Model.” 101-137.
Kate Gartner Frost and William J. Scheick. Signing at Cross Purpose: Resignation in Donne’s “Holy Sonnet I.” 139-161.
Catherine Gimelli Martin. The Advancement of Learning and the Decay of the World: A New Reading of Donne’s First Anniversary. 163-203.
Ted-Larry Pebworth and Claude J. Summers. Contexts and Strategies: Donne’s Elegy on Prince Henry. 205-222.
R. V. Young. Donne and Bellarmine. 223-234.
Mary Arshagouni Papazian. John Donne and the Thirty Years’ War. 235-266.
Florence Sandler. “The Gallery to the New World”: Donne, Herbert and Ferrar on the Virginia Project. 267-297.
Ernest W. Sullivan, II. Poems, by J. D.: Donne’s Corpus and His Bawdy, Too. 299-309.
Dayton Haskin. Coleridge’s Marginalia on the Seventeenth-Century Divines and the Perusal of Our Elder Writers. 311-337.
Mary Alexander. Pyrford, Pyrford Place, and Queen Elizabeth’s Summerhouse. 339-360.