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John Donne - An Annotated Bibliography of Moderrn Criticism 1968-1978

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Very good condition ex-library book - other than the bar code sticker to first page and stamp to title page, you would not know this was ex-library, almost appears unread. Binding strong.

The book covers a 17 year period (1979-1995) in John Donne studies and criticism. This third bibliography on Donne is a continuation of two bibliographies previously compiled by noted Donne scholar John R Roberts, spanning the years 1912-1978. Included are more than 1600 entries of descriptive annotations wherein Roberts quotes extensively from each item in order to convey a sense of its approach and the level of its critical sophistication and complexity. Entires are organised chronologically, and within each year, alphabetically by author. The bibliography contains annotations on books, monographs, essays, editions, poetry, prose and notes specifically on Donne published between 1979 and 1995; discussions of Donne that appear in studies not centrally concerned with him that add to our knowledge, understanding and appreciation of his life and work; translations into foreign languages; and editions and translations of Donne's own works as well as criticism and interpretation of Donne. The informative and concise annotations provide not only a summary of content but also indicate the critical approaches and themes under discussion.

Item details

Author(s):
John R. Roberts
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
15.5 x 24.5 x 3.1 cm
Edition:
1982
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0826203647
ISBN-13:
9780826203649
Number of pages:
434
Publisher:
University of Missouri Press
Title:
John Donne An Annotated Bibliography of Modern Criticism 1968-1978

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Very good condition ex-library book - other than the bar code sticker to first page and stamp to title page, you would not know this was ex-library, almost appears unread. Binding strong.

The book covers a 17 year period (1979-1995) in John Donne studies and criticism. This third bibliography on Donne is a continuation of two bibliographies previously compiled by noted Donne scholar John R Roberts, spanning the years 1912-1978. Included are more than 1600 entries of descriptive annotations wherein Roberts quotes extensively from each item in order to convey a sense of its approach and the level of its critical sophistication and complexity. Entires are organised chronologically, and within each year, alphabetically by author. The bibliography contains annotations on books, monographs, essays, editions, poetry, prose and notes specifically on Donne published between 1979 and 1995; discussions of Donne that appear in studies not centrally concerned with him that add to our knowledge, understanding and appreciation of his life and work; translations into foreign languages; and editions and translations of Donne's own works as well as criticism and interpretation of Donne. The informative and concise annotations provide not only a summary of content but also indicate the critical approaches and themes under discussion.

Author(s):
John R. Roberts
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
15.5 x 24.5 x 3.1 cm
Edition:
1982
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0826203647
ISBN-13:
9780826203649
Number of pages:
434
Publisher:
University of Missouri Press
Title:
John Donne An Annotated Bibliography of Modern Criticism 1968-1978

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