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This is a video I made for my english glass where we were told to make a presentation to class about the poet John Donne. Hope you like it. This contains extracts from John Donne Biography Publisher A&E Television Networks http://www.biography.com/people/john-donne-9277090#profile
This Lecture is on John Donne who is Known for his Metaphysical Poetry.Here meaning of Metaphysical poetry is explained As well as vivid discussion on john donne poetry is made. Objectives : 1. To understand the concept of Metaphysical poetry. 2. To learn about poet John Donne.
Click http://drandrewbarker.com for transcript and notes of the lecture and analysis above. A love poem from the morning. Upon waking, a man feels a new kind of love for the woman he is with. This poem, "The Good Morrow", is what he tells her. What was their relationship like? How has it changed? What will their love be like in the future? The lecture looks at both the confidence and vulnerability of the one who speaks the beautiful lines that make up this declaration of heightened love. Note: Analysis of the line "Suckled on country pleasures childishly" contains profanity (34:40 -- 36:54).
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I hope to die peacefully in my sleep with a smile on my face, like my grandfather did, not terrified and screaming like his passengers. Last night, in bed, my wife told me she had bought a pair of gardening shears. I replied that we already had a pair of gardening shears. She explained that these shears were of such a wonderful design and of such beauty that I could not fail to be impressed when I saw them. I said that I didn't want to see them, that her description was enough together with the knowledge that there was such a wonderful pair of garden shears that gave her such pleasure: and henceforth I would bask in the glow of ownership without ever once seeing these shears; it would become for me a religious belief, cool and Zen. (I don't like gardening) When a neophyte asked the...
The Sun Rising - A poem by John Donne. About the poem - The Sun Rising is one of Donne's popular and widely read and enjoyed love poems. It is a love poem of an unusual kind. In this poem, composed in the form of a dramatic monologue, the poet lover reprimands the Sun and calls it names for disturbing love making. About the poet - John Donne (19 June 1572 -- 31 March 1631) was an English poet, satirist, lawyer. He is considered as the representative of the metaphysical poets. His works are noted for their strong, sensual style and include sonnets, love poetry, religious poems, Latin translations, epigrams, elegies, songs, satires and sermons. His poetry is noted for its vibrancy of language and inventiveness of metaphor, especially compared to that of his contemporaries. For more vid...
In this video, we hear from Sophie Ratcliffe, a lecturer in English, about her own experience of bereavement, and about how one poem in particular offered some consolation in her grief. The poem was John Donne’s ‘A Valediction Forbidding Mourning’, which you can read below. Whereas Lucy found some solace in a text that reflected her own feelings of loss, Sophie was comforted by the reassuring sentiment of Donne’s poem. Donne’s ‘Valediction’ suggests that people who love each other can remain together even when they are apart. Indeed, through the poem’s distinctively witty tone, it is as though the 17th century poet John Donne is still with us when we read this poem today, and for a teenager coming to terms with loss, this notion was a comforting one. Find out more about this course on htt...
Click to subscribe - - - - http://goo.gl/V0wpjW No Man Is An Island by John Donne (used as the epigraph in "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Ernest Hemingway) No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less. As well as if a promontory were. As well as if a manor of thy friend's Or of thine own were: Any man's death diminishes me, Because I am involved in mankind, And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; It tolls for thee.
This is the second part of my lecture on A Valediction Forbidding Mourning. I have made every effort to provide a deep insight into the poem while keeping the lecture as simple as possible. That is why no previous knowledge of poetry is necessary for a full understanding of it. I hope you find it useful. Part One - A Preview Part Two - The Three Lives of John Donne, The Mysterious Meaning of Metaphysical Part Three - An Introduction to the Poem, Stanza: 1 & 2 Part Four - Stanza: 3,4 & 5 Part Five - Stanza: 6,7,8,& 9; Comparative Considerations
Yesterday you thought the flame has flickered again
A feeling from the past you’d recognize
But maybe tomorrow morning I won’t be there
Cos if you’re looking for the answer, then it’s
Right before your eyes
Look into the mirror, who is it you see?
The face of someone now as cold as ice
The anger in your mind turns now toward regret
If you’re looking for the answer
Then it’s right before your eyes
When your bed is empty
And you’re thinking of me
Your mind will dwell on all your sacrifice
For surely tomorrow morning, I won’t be there
And if you’re looking for the answer, then it’s