VOLUME 23 (2004)


John R. Roberts. John Donne, Never Done: A Reassessment of Modern Criticism. 1-24.
Tom Cain. Elegy and Autobiography: “The Bracelet” and the Death of Henry Donne. 25-57.
Judith H. Anderson. Donne’s (Im)possible Punning. 59-68.
Annabel Patterson. Donne’s Re-formed La Corona. 69-93.
Anthony Low. Absence in Donne’s Holy Sonnets: Between Catholic and Calvinist. 95-115.
Theresa M. DiPasquale. The Feminine Trinity in “Upon the Annuntiation and Passion.” 117-138.
Jeffrey Johnson. Consecrating Lincoln’s Inn Chapel. 139-160.
Sean McDowell. W;t, Donne’s Holy Sonnets, and the Problem of Pain. 161-183.
Emma Rhatigan. Knees and Elephants: Donne Preaches on Ceremonial Conformity. 185-213.
Clayton D. Lein. Donne, Thomas Myriell, and the Musicians of St. Paul’s. 215-247.
Peter Redford. Correspondence in the Burley Manuscript: A Conjecture. 249-256.
John N. Wall. John Donne Practices Law: The Case of the Brentwood School. 257-319.
Clinton A. Brand. Analogies of Sovereignty in Herbert’s “To All Angels and Saints.” 321-346.
Lorraine Roberts. Representing a Forsaken Woman: Crashaw’s “Alexias.” 347-362.

Book Review

Annabel Patterson. Donne’s Sermons Back in Fashion? 363-370.


Corrigenda. 371-372.