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Mr. Stubbs has put together a wonderful biographical story of Donne, using many sources, not the least being Donne's poetry, to bring to life a literary genius about whom I had... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Clifford R. Judge
I've noticed most reviews find this book either "boring" or "entertaining," and no one is terribly concerned with Stubbs's liberal blending of biography and poetry. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jayme N. Peacock
This is the best modern Donne biography available - I highly recommend it. Book weaves social and political
and church history together. Very readable even for non - scholars.
The life of a poet with many voids.
Good as starters, but if you want the
main dish, you would probably think
how it is possible that Edward Alleyn,
the... Read more
Reading John Stubb's biography of John Donne is pure joy. Stubbs vividly portrays the times and circumstances of Donne's life with vigour and wisdom, all the while staying true to... Read morePublished on January 29, 2011 by xline
John Stubbs' biography of John Donne won several high-profile international awards, and was heaped with praise by such renowned scholars as Peter Ackroyd and Harold Bloom. Read morePublished on September 23, 2010 by Joshua Black
Sometimes an academic will pick a subject to write about just to prove themselves scholistically. In such cases you can expect the subject matter to suffer, but in some cases it... Read morePublished on November 18, 2009 by sherri
I found this book to be a huge disappointment. Not only were there numerous solecisms which were distracting to the whole (he could have used a real editor over at Norton), but it... Read morePublished on February 11, 2009 by Dr. Emily Kurtz
John Donne emerged as one of the world's greatest English poets from his former status as a buccaneer, capturing the paradoxes of his times and offering satirical visions of hell,... Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by Midwest Book Review