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The Songs and Sonets of John Donne (University Paperbacks) (edition 1967)

by Robert Theodore Holmes Redpath

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Title:The Songs and Sonets of John Donne (University Paperbacks)
Authors:Robert Theodore Holmes Redpath
Info:Methuen Publishing Ltd (1967), Edition: New edition, Paperback, 244 pages
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p>There is perhaps no superior edition of Donne#x19;s Songs and Sonets than Theodore Redpath#x19;s wonderful annotated volume. Out of print for a decade, the book is reprinted here in its second, revised edition. The book#x19;s twofold origin is evident on every page of Redpath#x19;s limpid commentary: it arises partly out of a life of scholarship and partly from Redpath#x19;s experiences and concerns as a teacher. The volume contains notes #x1C;on every point likely to cause difficulty to a reader of average intelligence.#x1D;

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