One of the greatest metaphysical poets of all time, Donne could find as much joy in the contemplation of man's relationship to God, as he could in the conjugal significance of a flea bite. Included here: The Flea; To His Mistress Going to Bed; Elegy 16; and A Valediction Forbidding Mourning; among others.
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