Contents of the Full Run of the John Donne Journal (Volumes 1-32)

VOLUME 1.1-2 (1982)


A.B. Chambers. Glorified Bodies and the “Valediction: forbidding Mourning.” 1-20.
A.J. Smith. No Man Is a Contradiction. 21-38.
Annabel Patterson. Misinterpretable Donne: The Testimony of the Letters. 39-54.
John R. Roberts. John Donne’s Poetry: An Assessment of Modern Criticism. 55-68.
Anthony Low. The “Turning Wheele”: Carew, Jonson, Donne and the First Law of Motion. 69-80.
Stanley Stewart. Two Types of Traherne Centuries. 81-100.

Michael P. Parker. Carew’s Politic Pastoral: Virgilian Pretexts in the “Answer to Aurelian Townsend.” 101-116.

S.K. Heninger, Jr. “Metaphor” and Sidney’s Defence of Poesie. 117-150.

A. Leigh DeNeef. Ploughing Virgilian Furrows: The Genres of Faerie Queene VI. 151-166

VOLUME 2.1 (1983)


John T. Shawcross. A Text of John Donne’s Poems: Unsatisfactory Compromise. 1-20.

Ernest W. Sullivan, II. Replicar Editing of John Donne’s Texts. 21-30.

Pamela L. Royston. Hero and Leander and the Eavesdropping Reader. 31-54.

Judy Z. Kronenfeld. Probing the Relation between Poetry and Ideology: Herbert’s “The Windows.” 55-80.

Sean Kane. The Paradoxes of Idealism: Book Two of The Faerie Queene. 81-110.

Anthony Low. Review Essay: John Carey and John Donne. 111-121.

VOLUME 2.2 (1983)


Dennis Flynn. The “Annales School” and the Catholicism of Donne’s Family. 1-10.

Achsah Guibbory. A Sense of the Future: Projected Audiences of Donne and Jonson. 1-22.

Sidney Gottlieb. Elegies Upon the Author: Defining, Defending, and Surviving Donne. 23-38

Michael C. Schoenfeldt. Submission and Assertion: The “Double Motion” of Herbert’s “Dedication”. 39-50.

Edward J. Rielly. Marvell’s “Fleckno,” Anti-Catholicism, and the Pun as Metaphor. 51-62.

Alan T. Bradford. Nathanael Richards, Jacobean Playgoer. 63-78.

Ernest W. Sullivan, II. Donne Manuscripts: Dalhousie II. 79-90.

Annabel Patterson. Review Essay: Talking About Power. 91-106.

VOLUME 3.1 (1984)


Ted-Larry Pebworth. Manuscript Poems and Print Assumptions: Donne and His Modern Editors. 1-23.

Stanton J. Linden. Compasses and Cartography: Donne’s “A Valediction: forbidding Mourning”. 23-34.

Thomas Willard.Donne’s Anatomy Lesson: Vesalian or Paracelsian. 25-62.

John T. Shawcross.The Making of the Variorum Text of Anniversaries. 63-72.

Ilona Bell. Revision and Revelation in Herbert’s “Affliction (I)”. 73-96.

James S. Baumlin. A Note on the 1649/1650 Editions on
Donne’s Poems. 97-98.

Dennis Flynn. Review Essay: A Problematic Text.

Horton Davies. Review Essay: Calvinism and
Literary Culture. 105-112.

Albert C. Labriola. Review: Donne Well-Done.

Robert W. Halli, Jr.. Drinking with Donne: December 13,
1610. 117.

VOLUME 3.2 (1984)


Dennis Flynn. Jasper Mayne’s Translation of Donne’s Latin
Epigrams. 121-130.

Joseph E. Grennen. Donne on the Growth and Infiniteness of
Love. 131-140.

Jill Baumgaertner. “Harmony” in Donne’s “La Corona” and
“Upon the Translation of the Psalms”. 141-156.

Joseph E. Duncan. Donne’s “Hymne to God my God, in my
sickness” and Iconographic Tradition. 157-180.

Raymond A. Anselment. The oxford University Poets and
Caroline Panegyric. 181-202.

Ernest W. Sullivan, II. Donne Manuscripts:
Dalhousie I. 203-220.

Jonathan F. S. Post. Review Essay: Reforming The
: Recent Criticism of George Herbert. 221-248.

Ronald J. Corthell. Review Essay: Joseph Hill and
Seventeenth-Century Literature. 249-270.

VOLUME 4.1 (1985)


Anthony Low. The Compleat Angler’s “Baite”: or,
The Subverter Subverted. 1-12.

Patrick F. O’Connell. “Restore Thine Image”:
Structure and Theme in Donne’s “Goodfriday.” 13-28.

Julia M. Walker. “Here you see mee”: Donne’s
Autographed Valediction. 29-34.

Frances M. Malpezzi. The Withered Garden in
Herbert’s “Grace.” 35-48.

David P. Jaeckle. Marvell’s Reformed Theory of
Architecture: Upon Appleton House, I-X. 49-68.

Maureen Sabine. Crashaw and the Feminine Animus:
Patterns of Self-Sacrifice in Two of His Devotional Poems. 69-94.

Paul A. Parrish. Cowley and Crashaw on Hope.

Review Essays

A.B. Chambers. Will the Real John Donne Please
Rise? 109-144.

Leah S. Marcus. Report from the Opposition Camp:
Jonson Studies in the 1980s. 121-144.

Pamela L. Royston. Genre, Genius, and Genealogy:
Revising Literary History. 145-159.


The Metaphysical Poets in the Nineteenth

Edited by Antony H. Harrison


Antony H. Harrison. Reception Theory and the New
Historicism: The Metaphysical Poets in the Nineteenth Century.
163- 181.

John B. Hodgson. Coleridge, Puns, and “Donne’s
First Poem”: The Limbo of Rhetoric and the Conceptions of Wit.

John T. Shawcross. Opulence and Iron Pokers:
Coleridge and Donne. 201-224.

Dayton Haskin. Reading Donne’s Songs and
in the Nineteenth Century. 225-252.

John Maynard. Browning, Donne, and the
Triangulation of the Dramatic Monologue. 253-268.

Diane D’Amico. Reading and Rereading George
Herbert and Christina Rossetti. 269-290.

John Griffin. Tractarians and Metaphysicals: The
Failure of Influence. 291-302.

Jerome Bump. Hopkins, Metalepsis, and the
Metaphysicals. 303-330.

James Dorrill. Hardy, Donne, and the Tolling
Bell. 331-336.

Raoul Granquist. A “Fashionable Poet” in New
England in the 1890s: A Study of the Reception of John Donne.

Linda Palumbo. Cultivation in the Wilderness: A
Review Essay. 351-359.


Essays in Literature and the Visual Arts

Edited by Richard S. Peterson


Clark Hulse. Shakespeare’s Sonnets and the Art
of the Face. 3-26.

Alan T. Bradford. Use And Uniformity in
Elizabethan Architecture and Drama. 27-62.

Ernest B. Gilman. “To adore, or scorne an
image”: Donne and the Iconoclast Controversy. 63-100.

David Evett. Donne’s Poems and the Five Styles
of Renascence Art. 101-132.

Murray Roston. Herbert and Mannerism. 133-168.

Richard S. Peterson. Icon and Mystery in
Jonson’s Masque of Beautie. 169-200.

John Peacock. Inigo Jones and the Florentine
Court Theater. 201-234.

Cedric C. Brown. The Komos in Milton.

David Sturdy. Bodley’s Bookcases: “This goodly
Magazine of witte”. 267-290.

John Dixon Hunt. The Portrait of William Style
of Langley: Some Reflections. 291-310.

VOLUME 6.1 (1987)


David M. Sullivan. Riders to the West: “Goodfriday, 1613.”

Jeanne Shami. Kings and Desperate Men: John Donne Preaches
at Court. 9-24.

Ronald J. Corthell. “Coscus onely breeds my just offence”:
A Note on Donne’s “Satire II” and the Inns of Court. 25-32.

Paul W. Harland. Imagination and Affections in John
Donne’s Preaching. 33-50.

Robert H. Ray. Another Perspective on Donne in the
Seventeenth Century: Nehemiah Rogers’s Allusions to the Sermons and “A Hymne to God the Father”. 51-54.

Donald R. Dickson. Grace and the “Spirits” of the Heart in The Temple. 55-66.

Ann Baynes Coiro. Herrick’s “Julia” Poems. 67-90.

Dale B.J. Randall. Phosphore Redde Diem: Ancient
Starlight in Quarles’ Emblems I.14. 91-108.

W. Speed Hill. John Donne’s Biathanatos:
Authenticity, Authority, and Context in Three Editions. 109-134.

Review Essays

Raymond B. Waddington. “When thou hast done, thou hast not done.” 135-146.

Eugene Cunnar. Steps to Crashaw. 147-150.

Anthony Low. Sister Arts. 151-158.

Michael P. Parker. Annotating Aurelian. 159-161.

VOLUME 6.2 (1987)


Dennis Flynn. Donne’s Ignatius His Conclave and Other
Libels on Robert Cecil
. 163-184.

A.B. Chambers. “Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward”:
Looking Back. 185-202.

John T. Shawcross. The Concept of Sermo in Donne
and Herbert. 203-212.

Peter Beal. More Donne Manuscripts. 213-218.

Ernest W. Sullivan, II. Updating the John Donne Listings
in Peter Beal’s Index of Englsih Literary Manuscripts.

Paul R. Sellin and Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr. A “Pub
Crawl” Through Old The Hague: Shady Light on Life and Art Among
English Friends of John Donne in The Netherlands, 1627-1635.

Daniel P. Jaeckle. Marvell’s Dialogics of History: Upon
Appleton House, XI-XXXV. 261-274.

Judith Dundas. “Arachnean Eyes”: A Mythological Emblem in
the Poetry of George Chapman. 275-284.

Review Essays

Anthony Low. Grief, Anger, and
Consolation, 285-288.

Andrew M. Mclean and J. Lawrence Gunter. Donne Done Into
German. 289-294.

Achsah Guibbory. The Directions of Indirection. 295-298.

Stanley Stewart. Georgic and the Absence of Georgic.

VOLUME 7.1 (1988)


Mary Ann Radzinowicz. The Politics of Donne’s Silences.

Louis L. Martz. Donne and Herbert: Vehement Grief and
Silent Tears. 21-34.

Dennis Flynn. “Awry and Squint”: The Dating of Donne’s
Holy Sonnets. 35-46.

Helen B. Brooks. “Soules Language”: Reading Donne’s “The
Extasie.” 47-64.

Sallye Sheppeard. Eden and Agony in “Twicknam Garden.”

Richard Harp. Jonson’s “To Penshurst”: The Country House
as Church. 73-90.

Reid Barbour. “Wee, of th’ adult’rate mixture not
complaine”: Thomas Carew and Poetic Hybridity. 91-114.


John T. Shawcross. On Some Early References to John Donne.

Bernard Richards. Donne’s “Aire and Angels”: A Gross
Misreading. 119-122.

James A. Riddell. A Previously Unnoticed Source for a Poem
by Ben Jonson. 123-124.

Review Essays

Anthony Low. Donne and the New Historicism. 125-132.

Julia M. Walker. “Left/Write/Right” Of Lock-Jaw and
Literary Criticism. 133-139.

VOLUME 7.2 (1988)


John T. Shawcross. But Is It Donne’s? The Problem of
Titles on His Poems. 141-150.

James S. Baumlin. Donne’s Poetics of Absence. 151-182.

Joseph E. Duncan. Resurrections in Donne’s “A Hymne to God
the Father” and “Hymne to God my God, in my sicknesse.” 183-196.

Robert Thomas Fallon. Donne’s “Strange Fire” and the
“Elegies on the Author’s Death.” 197-212.

Robert C. Evans. Sir John Harington and Thomas Sutton: New
Letters from Charterhouse. 213-238.

Howard Canaan. Meaning, Shape,
and Number in Upon Appleton House. 239-256.

Reviews Essays

Jonathan F.S. Post. Herrick,
Cultural Clout, and the Burden of Simplicity. 257-272.

Stanley Stewart. Imagining Dutch Reformed Donne. 273-286.

VOLUME 8 (1989)


Ernest W. Sullivan II. Who Was Reading/Writing Donne Verse
in the Seventeenth Century? 1-16.

Celestin J. Walby. The Westmoreland Text of Donne’s First
Epithalamium. 17-36.

Graham Roebuck. Donne’s Visual Imagination and Compasses.

Noralyn Masselink. Donne’s Epistemology and the Appeal to
Memory. 57-88.

Yameng Liu. The Making of Elizabeth Drury: The Voice of
God in “Anatomy of the World.” 89-102.

Sharon Cadman Seelig. In Sickness and Health: Donne’s Devotions
Upon Emergent Occasions
. 103-114.

M.L. Donnelly. “To furder or represse”: Donne’s Calling.

Winfried Schliner. Donne’s Coterie Sermon. 125-132.

Robert C. Evans. John Donne, Governor of Charterhouse.

Joanne Altieri. Hero and Leander: Sensible Myth
and Lyric Subjectivity. 151-166.

Kristine Wolberg. All Possible Art: The Country Parson and Courtesy. 167-190.

Barbara Looney. Marvell’s Dewdrop: Two Possibilities for
the Soul. 191-193.


Interpreting “Aire and Angels”

Edited by Achsah Guibbory


R.V. Young. Angels in “Aire and Angels.” 1-14.

Stella P. Revard. The Angelic Messenger in “Aire and
Angels.” 15-18.

Phoebe S. Spinrad. “Aire and Angels” and Questionable
Shapes. 19-22.

Michael C. Schoenfeldt. Patriarchal Assumptions and
Egalitarian Designs. 23-26.

Judith Scherer Herz. Resisting Mutuality. 27-32.

John T. Shawcross. Donne’s “Aire and Angels”: Text and
Context. 33-42.

John R. Roberts. “Just such disparitie”: The Critical
Debate About “Aire and Angels.” 43-64.

Arnold Stein. Interpretation: “Aire and Angels.” 65-76.

Albert C. Labriola. “This Dialogue of One”: Rational
Argument and Affective Discourse in Donne’s “Aire and Angels.”

Janel Mueller. The Play of Difference in Donne’s “Aire and
Angels.” 85-94.

Camille Wells Slights. Air, Angels, and Progress of Love.

Achsah Guibbory. Donne, the Idea of Woman, and the
Experience of Love. 105-112.

VOLUME 9.2 (1990)


Anne Barbeau. Donne and the Real Presence of the Absent
Lover. 113-124.

Graham Roebuck. Elegies for Donne: Great Tew and the
Poets,. 125-136.

John T. Shawcross. An Important Volume of Donne’s Poetry
and Prose. 137-140.

Ernest W. Sullivan II. Updating the John Donne Listings in
Peter Beal’s Index of English Literary Manuscripts, II.

Lauren Silberman. To Write Sorrow in Jonson’s “On my First
Sonne.” 149-156.

Esther Gilman Richey. “Wrapt in Nights Mantle”: George
Herbert’s Parabolic Art. 157-172.

Review Essays

Maureen Sabine. “My Soul’s Country-Man”: The Critical
Recovery of Crashaw. 173-182.

Anthony Low. The Problem of Mysticism. 183-187.

VOLUME 10.1-2 (1991)


Claude Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth. Donne’s
Correspondence with Wotton. 1-36.

Graham Roebuck. Donne’s Lamentations of Jeremy Reconsidered. 37-44.

Theresa DiPasquale. Ambivalent Mourning: Sacramentality,
Idolatry, and Gender in “Since she whome I lovd hath payd her last
debt.” 45-56.

Koos Daley. “And Like a Widdow Thus”: Donne, Huygens, and
the Fall of Heidelberg. 57-70.

Gary Stringer. Donne’s Epigram on the Earl of Nottingham.

John T. Shawcross. Some Further Early Allusions to Donne.

Satyre III Colloquium. Stringer, Sellin, Slights,
Hester. 79-102.

Hal Hellwig. The Poet’s Role in Rhetoric: Herbert in the
Service of the Lord. 103-110.

Richard Todd. Carew’s “crowne of Bayes”: Epideixis and the
Performative Rendering of Donne’s Poetic Voice. 111-128.

Dan Jaeckle. De-Authorizing in Marvell’s The Rehearsal
. 129-142.

VOLUME 11.1-2 (1992)


Jeanne Shami. Introduction: Reading Donne’s Sermons. 1-20.

Paul W. Harland. Donne’s Political Intervention in the
Parliament of 1629. 21-38.

Gale H. Carrithers, Jr., and James D. Hardy, Jr. Love,
Power, Dust Royall, Gavelkinde: Donne’s Politics. 39-58.

Lori Anne Ferrell. Donne and His Master’s Voice, 1615-
1625. 59-72.

Meg Lota Brown. “Though it be not according to the Law”:
Donne’s Politics and the Sermon on Esther. 73-84.

Noralyn Masselink. A Matter of Interpretation: Example and
Donne’s Role as Preacher and as Poet. 85-98.

Mark Vessey. Consulting the Fathers: Invention and
Mediation in Donne’s Sermon on Psalm 51:7 (“Purge me with
hyssope”). 99-110.

Lindsay A. Mann. Misogyny and Libertinism: Donne’s
Marriage Sermons. 111-132.

Dayton Haskin. John Donne and the Cultural Contradicitons
of Christmas. 133-157.

VOLUME 12.1-2 (1993)


Maria J. Pando Canteli. “One like none, and lik’d of
none”: John Donne and the Grotesque Representation of the Female
Body. 1-16.

Elaine Perez Zickler. “nor in nothing, nor in things”: The
case of love and desire in John Donne’s Songs and Sonets.

L.E. Semler. John Donne and the Early Maniera. 41-66.

Ann Hurley. Donne’s “Good Friday, Riding Westward, 1613”
and the Illustrated Meditative Tradition. 67-78.

Joan Faust. John Donne’s Verse Letters to the Countess of
Bedford: Mediators in a Poet-Patroness Relationship. 79-100.

A.E.B. Coldiron. “Poets be silent”: Self-Silencing
Conventions and Rhetorical Context in the 1633 Critical Elegies on
Donne. 101-114.

Deborah Aldrich Larson. Donne’s Contemporary Reputation:
Evidence from Some Commonplace Books and Manuscript Miscellanies.
115- 130.

Robert G. Collmer. Elizabeth Drury in the United States.

J.T. Rhodes. Continuities: The Ongoing English Catholic
Tradition from the 1570s to the 1630s. 139-152.

Tiree MacGregor and C.Q. Drummond. The Authorship of “Fair
Friend, ’tis true, your beauties move.” 153-168.

Joe Snader. The Compleat Angler and the Problems
of Scientific Methodology. 169-189.

VOLUME 13.1-2 (1994)


Kate Frost. The Lothian Portrait: A New Description. 1-12.

R.E. Pritchard. Donne’s Image and Dream. 13-28.

Jill Pelaez Baumgaertner. Political Play and Theological
Uncertainty in the Anniversaries. 29-50.

Roger Rollin. John Donne’s Holy Sonnets – The
Sequel: Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions. 51-60.

Helen Wilcox. Squaring the Circle: Metaphors of the Divine
in the Work of Donne and His Contemporaries. 61-80.

Emma L. Roth-Schwartz. John Donne’s “Nocturnall Upon S.
Lucies Day”: Punctuation and the Editor. 81-100.

Robert Parker Sorlien. Apostasy Reversed: Donne and Tobie
Matthew. 101-112.

John Shawcross. More Early Allusions to Donne and Herbert.

Colloquium: “A Valediction forbidding Mourning”

Diana Trevino Benet. Introduction. 125-126.

Janice Whittington. The Text of Donne’s “A Valediction
forbidding Mourning.” 127-136.

Judith Scherer Herz. Reading [out] Biography in
“Valediction forbidding Mourning.” 137-142.

Graham Roebuck. “A Valediction forbidding Mourning”:
Traditions and Problems of the Imagery. 143-150.

Jack Durant. Religio Laici and the Fate of Texts.

Book Reviews

Stanley Stewart. A Priest to the Geneva Temple. 167-180 .

P.G. Stanwood. “In cypher writ”: The Design of Donne’s Devotions.

Dennis Flynn. Exegesis before Eisegesis. 187-192.


New Uses of Biographical and Historical Evidence in Donne Studies

Edited by Dennis Flynn


Jeanne Shami. “The Stars in their Order Fought
Against Sisera”: John Donne and the Pulpit Crisis of 1622. 1-58.

Peter McCullough. Preaching to a Court Papist?
Donne’s Sermon Before Queen Anne, December 1617. 59-82.

Tom Cain. Donne and the Prince D’Amour. 83-112.

Albert C. Labriola. Sacerdotalism and Sainthood
in the Poetry and Life of John Donne: “The Canonization” and
Canonization. 113-126.

Maureen Sabine. “Thou art the best of mee”: A.S.
Byatt’s Possession and the Literary Possession of Donne,

Michael W. Price. “Jeasts which cozen your
Expectatyonn”: Reassessing John Donne’s Paradoxes and
, 149-184.

Dennis Flynn. Donne, Henry Wotton, and the Earl
of Essex, 185-218.

Annabel Patterson. Afterword. 219-230.

VOLUME 15 (1996)


M.L. Stapleton. “Why should they not alike in all parts
touch?”: Donne and the Elegiac Tradition, 1-22.

Achsah Guibbory. “The Relique,” The Song of Songs,
and Donne’s Songs and Sonets. 23-44.

John T. Shawcross. Some Rereadings of John Donne’s Poems.

Rodney Stenning Edgecombe. Eschatological Elements in
Donne’s “Anniversarie.” 63-74.

Donald Friedman. Christ’s Image and Likeness in Donne.

Kate Frost. The Lothian Portrait. 95-126.

Ted-Larry Pebworth. The Early Audiences of Donne’s Poetic
Performances, 127-140.

Graham Roebuck. Johannes Factus and the Anvil of
the Wits. 141-152.

P.G. Stanwood. Donne’s Art of Preaching and the
Reconstruction of Tertullian. 153-170.

Bryan N.S. Gooch. Music for Donne. 171-188.

Barry Spurr. The John Donne Papers of Wesley Milgate.

Book Reviews

Maurine Sabine. “A Place of Honor”: Dennis Flynn’s
Biography of Donne. 203-212.

Jeanne Shami. Donne’s Political Casuistry: An
Introduction. 213-218.

Brian Blackley. Claude and Ted-Larry’s Excellent
Adventure. 219-233.

VOLUME 16 (1997)


Annabel Patterson. Donne in Shadows: Pictures and
Politics. 1-36.

Anne Prescott. Donne’s Rabelais. 37-58.

Terry G. Sherwood. Ego Videbo: Donne and the
Vocational Self. 59-114.

Richard B. Wollman. Donne’s Obscurity: Memory and
Manuscript Culture. 115-136.

Stephen Burt. Donne the Sea Man. 137-184.

Stephen J. Maynard. “Here you see mee”: The Trope of
Avoidance in John Donne. 185-208.

Ann Hurley. Donne’s “Nocturnall” and Festival. 209-220.


Len Ferry. “Till busy hands / Blot out the text”: Realme in Satyre III. 221-228.

Book Review

P.G. Stanwood. Recovering Donne’s Sermons. 229-233.

VOLUME 17 (1998)


Margaret J. M. Ezell. A Possible Story of Judith Donne: A
Life of Her Own? 9-28.

Thomas A. Festa. Donne’s Anniversaries and His Anatomy of the Book. 29-60.

Jeff Westover. Suns and Lovers: Instability in
Donne’s “A Lecture upon the Shadow.” 61-73.

Arthur Lindley. John Donne, “Batter my Heart,”
and English Rape Law. 75-88.

Shelley Karen Perlove. Witnessing the
Crucifixion: Rembrandt and John Donne’s “Good Friday, 1613. Riding
Westward.” 89-106.

Kate Narveson. Piety and the Genre of Donne’s Devotions.

Mary Ann Koory. “England’s Second Austine”: John
Donne’s Resistance to Conversion. 137-161.

Elena Levy-Navarro. “Goe forth ye daughters of
Sion”: Divine Authority, the King, and the Church in Donne’s
Denmark House Sermon. 163-173.

Gary A. Stringer. Filiating Scribal Manuscripts:
The Example of Donne’s Elegies. 175-189.

D. Audell Shelburne. The Textual Problem of
“Twicknam Garden.” 191-204.

Book Reviews

Paul J. Voss. Desiring Ideology. 205-208.

Dennis Flynn. “The meate was mine”: New Work
from the Oxford School. 209-215.

The Donne Variorum

William Proctor Williams. A Variorum: “How It Goes.”

John T. Shawcross. Using the Variorum Edition of
John Donne’s Poetry. 227-247.

VOLUME 1.1-2 (1982)


Anthony Raspa. Donne’s Pseudo-Martyr and Essayes
in Divinity
as Companion Pieces. 1-12.

Stella P. Revard. Donne’s “The Bracelet”:
Trafficking in Gold and Love. 13-23.

Allison Spreuwenberg-Stewart. “To His Mistress
Going to Bed,” or “Could You Lend Me Your Clothes?” 25-59.

L. M. Gorton. Philosophy and the City: Space in
Donne. 61-71.

Albert C. Labriola. Lure and Allure in Donne’s
“Aire and Angels.” 73-82.

Reuben Sanchez. Menippean Satire and Competing
Prose Styles in Ignatius His Conclave. 83-99.

Julia Brett. Distance, Demystification, and
Donne’s Divine Poetry. 101-126.

Paul W. Harland. Donne and Virginia: The
Ideology of Conquest. 127-152.

Donald W. Rude. John Donne in The Female
: A Forgotten Eighteenth-Century Appreciation.

John T. Shawcross. Additional Donne and Herbert
Allusions. 167-176.

Pamela Royston Macfie. Ghostly Metamorphoses:
Chapman, Marlowe, and Ovid’s Philomela. 177-193.

Colloquium: “Farewell to Love”

Ann Hurley. Introduction. 195-200.

Gary A. Stringer. The Text of “Farewell to
Love.” 201-213.

Graham Roebuck. Into the Shadows…: Donne’s
“Farewell to Love.” 215-227.

Richard Todd. “Farewell to Love”: “Things” as
Artifacts, “thing[s]” as Shifting Signifiers. 229-241.

Theresa M. DiPasquale. The Things Not Seen in
Donne’s “Farewell to Love.” 243-253.

Book Reviews

Anthony Low. Lost in a Book. 255-260.

Richard Harp. Reading Ritual. 261-266.

The Donne Variorum

Gary Stringer. More on Reading “How It Goes.” 267-275.

VOLUME 19 (2000)

Donne Returns to Loseley


Paul J. Voss. Sir Thomas More in the Year of
Donne’s Birth. 1-18.

Maureen Sabine. Illumina Tenebras Nostras
—Donne at Evensong. 19-44.

María J. Pando Canteli. The Poetics of Space in
Donne’s Love Poetry. 45-57.

Ilona Bell. Courting Anne More. 59-86.

John T. Shawcross. The Meditative Path and
Personal Poetry. 87-99.

Helen B. Brooks. “When I would not I change in
vowes, and in devotione”: Donne’s “Vexations” and the Ignatian
Meditative Model.” 101-137.

Kate Gartner Frost and William J. Scheick. Signing at Cross Purpose: Resignation in Donne’s “Holy Sonnet I.”

Catherine Gimelli Martin. The Advancement
of Learning
and the Decay of the World: A New Reading of
Donne’s First Anniversary. 163-203.

Ted-Larry Pebworth and Claude J. Summers. Contexts and Strategies: Donne’s Elegy on Prince Henry. 205-222.

R. V. Young. Donne and Bellarmine. 223-234.

Mary Arshagouni Papazian. John Donne and the
Thirty Years’ War. 235-266.

Florence Sandler. “The Gallery to the New
World”: Donne, Herbert and Ferrar on the Virginia Project.

Ernest W. Sullivan, II. Poems, by J. D.:
Donne’s Corpus and His Bawdy, Too. 299-309.

Dayton Haskin. Coleridge’s Marginalia on the
Seventeenth-Century Divines and the Perusal of Our Elder Writers.

Mary Alexander. Pyrford, Pyrford Place, and
Queen Elizabeth’s Summerhouse. 339-360.

VOLUME 20 (2001)


Richard S. Peterson. New Evidence on Donne’s Monument: I.

Paul Stevens. Donne’s Catholicism and the
Innovation of the Modern Nation State. 53-70.

Thomas Fulton. Hamlet’s Inky Cloak and Donne’s Satyres.

Dennis Flynn. Donne’s Most Daring Satyre:
“richly For service paid, authoriz’d.” 107-120.

Barry Spurr. The Theology of La Corona.

Theresa M. DiPasquale. “to good ends”: The Final
Cause of Sacramental Womanhood in The First Anniversarie.

Sara Anderson. Phonological Analysis and Donne’s
“Nocturnall.” 151-160.

Nathanial B. Smith. The Apparition of a
Seventeenth-Century Donne Reader: A Hand-Written Index to Poems,
By J. D.
(1633). 161-199.

Richard Todd. Donne’s “Goodfriday,
1613. Riding Westward.”: The Extant Manuscripts and the
Group 1 Stemma. 201-218.

Donald W. Rude. Some Unreported Seventeenth- and
Eighteenth-Century Allusions to John Donne. 219-228.

David Reid. Crashaw’s Gallantries. 229-242.

Andrew Sean Davidson. Devotio and Ratio in Richard Crashaw’s “On Hope.” 243-262.

George Walton Williams. Richard Crashaw’s
“Bulla” and Daniel Heinsius’ Crepundia. 263-273.

Colloquium: “The Sunne Rising”

Ernest W. Sullivan, II, and Robert Shawn Boles. The
Textual History of and Interpretively Significant Variants in
Donne’s “The Sunne Rising.” 275-280.

Dayton Haskin. Impudently Donne. 281-287.

Meg Lota Brown. Absorbing Difference in Donne’s
Malediction Forbidding Morning. 289-292.


In Memoriam Louis Lohr Martz 1913-2001

Edited by Jonathan F. S. Post and R. V. Young


R. V. Young. Introduction: The Poetry of
and the Aesthetics of Devotional Intention.

Judith H. Anderson. Donne’s Tropic Awareness:
Metaphor, Metonymy, and Devotions upon Emergent Occasions.

Annabel Patterson. A Man is to Himself a
Dioclesian: Donne’s Rectified Litany. 35-49.

Dayton Haskin. Is There a Future for Donne’s
“Litany”? 51-88.

P. G. Stanwood. The Vision of God in the Sonnets
of John Donne and George Herbert. 89-100.

Jonathan F. S. Post. The Baroque and Elizabeth
Bishop. 101-133.

Robert B. Shaw. “Sometimes Metaphysical”: Louis
Martz and Theodore Roethke. 135-149.

Donald M. Friedman. A Caroline Fancy: Carew on
Representation. 151-182.

Sidney Gottlieb. An Collins and the Life of
Writing. 183-207.

Book Reviews

Edward W. Tayler. “differing” Donne. 209-224.

Achsah Guibbory. Sacramental Poetics in an Age
of Controversy. 225-230.

Dennis Flynn. Donne and the Uses of Courtliness:
Trained to Lie? 231-236.

VOLUME 22 (2003)


Colloquium: “The Good-morrow”

Achsah Guibbory. Reading and Teaching “The
Good Morrow.” 1-4.

Lara M. Crowley. Establishing a “fitter” Text of
Donne’s “The Good Morrowe.” 5-21.

Ilona Bell. Betrothal: “The Good morrow.”

Jonathan F. S. Post. “The Good Morrow” and the
Modern Aubade: Some Impressions. 31-45.


Albert C. Labriola. “Vile harsh
attire”: Biblical Typology in John Donne’s “Spit in my face yee
Jewes.” 47-57.

Michelle Solomon. Trafique: A
Consideration of John Donne’s The First Anniversary An
Anatomie of the World
. 59-75.

Brandon S. Centerwall. “Loe her’s a
Man, worthy indeede to travell”: Donne’s Panegyric upon Coryats
. 77-94.

Ernest W. Sullivan, II. What Have
the Donne Variorum Textual Editors Discovered, and Why Should
Anyone Care? 95-107.

Jeffrey Johnson. “One, four, and
infinite”: John Donne, Thomas Harriot, and Essayes in
. 109-143.

Brooke Conti. Donne, Doubt, and
the Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions. 145-164.

Peter McCullough. Donne and
Andrewes. 165-201.

Hugh Adlington. Preaching the Holy
Ghost: John Donne’s Whitsunday Sermons. 203-228.

Noel Blincoe. Carew’s “A Rapture”:
A Paradoxical Encomium on Erotic Love. 229-247.


Andrew Breeze. Donne’s “Blest Hermaphrodite” and
Psalms “More Harsh.” 249-254.

Donald W. Rude. Seamus Heaney and John Donne: An
Echo of “The Ecstasy” in “Glanmore Sonnet X.” 255-257.

Book Review

Jeanne Shami. Approaching Donne’s Theology. 259-262.

VOLUME 23 (2004)


John R. Roberts. John Donne, Never Done: A
Reassessment of Modern Criticism. 1-24.

Tom Cain. Elegy and Autobiography: “The
Bracelet” and the Death of Henry Donne. 25-57.

Judith H. Anderson. Donne’s (Im)possible
Punning. 59-68.

Annabel Patterson. Donne’s Re-formed La
. 69-93.

Anthony Low. Absence in Donne’s Holy Sonnets:
Between Catholic and Calvinist. 95-115.

Theresa M. DiPasquale. The Feminine Trinity in
“Upon the Annuntiation and Passion.” 117-138.

Jeffrey Johnson. Consecrating Lincoln’s Inn
Chapel. 139-160.

Sean McDowell. W;t, Donne’s Holy
Sonnets, and the Problem of Pain. 161-183.

Emma Rhatigan. Knees and Elephants: Donne
Preaches on Ceremonial Conformity. 185-213.

Clayton D. Lein. Donne, Thomas Myriell, and the
Musicians of St. Paul’s. 215-247.

Peter Redford. Correspondence in the Burley
Manuscript: A Conjecture. 249-256.

John N. Wall. John Donne Practices Law: The Case
of the Brentwood School. 257-319.

Clinton A. Brand. Analogies of Sovereignty in
Herbert’s “To All Angels and Saints.” 321-346.

Lorraine Roberts. Representing a Forsaken Woman:
Crashaw’s “Alexias.” 347-362.

Book Review

Annabel Patterson. Donne’s Sermons Back in
Fashion? 363-370.


Corrigenda. 371-372.


A Special Issue Devoted to Richard Crashaw

Edited by John R. Roberts and R. V. Young


John R. Roberts. Richard Crashaw: An Annotated
Bibliography of Criticism, 1981-2002. 1-228.

Sean McDowell. From “Lively” Art to “Glitt’ring
Expressions”: Crashaw’s Initial Reception Reconsidered. 229-262.

Francis Newton. Silius Italicus, Daniel
Heinsius, and Richard Crashaw: The Genesis of Crashaw’s Latin Poem Bulla (“The Bubble”), with a New Edition of the Text.

Richard Crashaw. Bubble. Translated by David
Reid. 297-302.

Paul A. Parrish. Front Matters: Crashaw in the
Seventeenth Century. 303-334.

Albert C. Labriola. The “wine of love”:
Viticulture in the Poetry of Richard Crashaw. 335-351.

George Walton Williams. Clement Barksdale’s
Translations of Richard Crashaw’s Epigrams. 353-357.


A Special Issue Devoted to Literature and Music

Edited by Richard S. Peterson


Richard S. Peterson. Introduction. 1-2.

Anne Lake Prescott. “Formes of Joy and Art”:
Donne, David, and the Power of Music. 3-36.

R. D. S. Jack. Music, Poetry, and Performance at
the Court of James VI. 37-63.

Gavin Alexander. The Musical Sidneys. 65-105.

Elise Bickford Jorgens. A Rhetoric of
Dissonance: Music in The Merchant of Venice. 107-128.

Lin Kelsey. “Many sorts of music”: Musical Genre
in Twelfth Night and The Tempest. 129-181.

Byron Adams. “By Season Season’d”: Shakespeare
and Vaughan Williams. 183-197.

Linda Phyllis Austern. Words on Music: The Case
of Early Modern England. 199-244.

William Peter Mahrt. Yonge Versus Watson and the
Translation of Italian Madrigals. 245-266.

Christopher R. Wilson. Number and Music in
Campion’s Measured Verse. 267-289.

John Morehen. Alleluia: A Question of
Syllabification, c. 1550-c. 1625. 291-314.

Paul L. Gaston. George Herbert, the “Hymn
Menders,” and the Anglican Hymn Tradition. 315-332.

Stephen M. Buhler. “Soft Lydian Airs”
Meet “Anthems clear”: Intelligibility in Milton, Handel, and Mark
Morris. 333-353.

VOLUME 26 (2007)


Margaret Maurer. Poetry and Scandal: John
Donne’s “A Hymne to the Saynts and to the Marquesse Hamilton.”

Christopher Martin. Fall and Decline:
Confronting Lyric Gerontophobia in Donne’s “The Autumnall.” 35-54.

Kirsten Stirling. Lutheran Imagery and Donne’s
“Picture of Christ crucified.” 55-72.

Sarah Powrie. The Celestial Progress of a
Deathless Soul: Donne’s Second Anniuersarie. 73-101.

Robert Guffey. Parabolic Logic in John Donne’s
Sermons. 103-125.

Katrin Ettenhuber. “Take heed what you hear”:
Re-reading Donne’s Lincoln’s Inn Sermons. 127-157.

John N. Wall. Situating Donne’s Dedication
Sermon at Lincoln’s Inn, 22 May 1623. 159-239.

David M. Schiller. “O false, yet sweet contenting”:
John Coprario’s Songs for Penelope Rich on the Death of Lord
Mountjoy. 241-268.

More Signs of Donne

Judith Scherer Herz. Tracking the Voiceprint of
Donne. 269-282.

Jonathan F. S. Post. Donne, Discontinuity, and
the Proto-Post Modern: The Case of Anthony Hecht. 283-294.

Raymond-Jean Frontain. Registering Donne’s
Voiceprint: Additional Reverberations. 295-312.

Kui Yan. A Glory to Come: John Donne Studies in
China. 313-332.

Helen B. Brooks. A “Re-Vision” of Donne:
Adrienne Rich’s “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning.” 333-362.

Colloquium: Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions

Kate Gartner Frost. Introduction. 363-364.

Brooke Conti. The Devotions: Popular
and Critical Reception. 365-372.

R. V. Young. Theology, Doctrine, and Genre in Devotions
Upon Emergent Occasions
. 373-380.

Mary A. Papazian. “No Man [and Nothing] is an Iland“:
Contexts for Donne’s “Meditation XVII.” 381-385.

Helen Wilcox. “Was I not made to thinke?”:
Teaching the Devotions and Donne’s Literary Practice.

Book Reviews

Richard Todd. Fresh Sequencing and Fugitive
Conversation in The Holy Sonnets. 401-406.

Robert Ellrodt. Revisiting John Donne. 407-419.

Albert C. Labriola. Donne’s Visual Culture.

Anthony Low. The Desire of the Critic. 427-431.

Emma Rhatigan. Reading the Rhetoric of Donne’s
Sermons. 433-436.

R. V. Young. A Novel Donne. 437-442.

VOLUME 27 (2008)


Jeffrey Johnson. Donne, imperfect. 1-20.

Victoria Moul. Donne’s Horatian Means: Horatian
Hexameter Verse in Donne’s Satyres and Epistles.

Jean R. Brink. Michael Drayton and John Donne.

Kirsten Stirling. Dr. Donne’s Art Gallery and
the imago dei. 67-80.

John N. Wall. The Irregular Ordination of John
Donne. 81-102.

Lauren La Torre. Dar la Luz:
Illuminating John Donne’s “A nocturnall upon S. Lucies day, Being the shortest day.” 103-120.

Albert C. Labriola. Altered States in Donne’s
“The Canonization”: Alchemy, Mintage, and Transmutation. 121-130.

Steven W. May. How Ralegh Became a Courtier.


Richard S. Peterson. Herbert and Yeats: A
Provocation. 141-144.

Colloquium: “Upon the translation of the Psalmes by Sir Philip Sydney, and the Countesse of Pembroke his Sister”

Dayton Haskin. Introduction. 145-152.

Anne Lake Prescott. Teaching Donne on the Sidney
Psalms. 153-160.

Raymond-Jean Frontain. Donne’s “Upon the
translation of the Psalmes” and the Challenge to “Make all this
All.” 161-174.

Hannibal Hamlin. Upon Donne’s “Upon the
translation of the Psalmes.” 175-196.

Gary A. Stringer. Donne’s Dedication of the Sidney
Psalter. 197-211.

Book Reviews

Anthony Low. How Tom Eliot Met John Donne.

Ted-Larry Pebworth. Documenting the Donne
Explosion. 219-222.

John T. Shawcross. The Mutuality of Body and
Soul. 223-228.

John N. Wall. Creating George Herbert. 229-238.

VOLUME 28 (2009)


Kate Narveson. Donne the Layman Essaying
Divinity. 1-30.

Kathleen Quiring. “Mourne with some fruit”: John
Donne and the Redemptive Power of Religious Melancholy. 31-51.

John T. Shawcross. Penance and Passion
Week:  John Donne’s Sermon on Psalm 6:6-7, and Charles I.

Chanita Goodblatt. An Unpublished Manuscript on
John Donne:  Retrospect and Prospect. 67-91.

Paul J. Stapleton. A Priest and a “Queen”:
Donne’s Epigram “Martial.” 93-118.

William M. Russell. “Spell it wrong to read it
right”: Crashaw’s Assessment of Human Language. 119-145.

Abigail Scherer. Embracing Lucia: Reading Robert
Herrick’s “The Vine.” 147-158.


Christopher Baker. Bone Lace and Donne’s
“bracelet of bright haire about the bone.” 159-161.

More Signs of Donne

Margaret MaurerConceited
Donne. 163-167.

Judith Scherer Herz.  It’s All in the
Hearing and the Seeing:  Donne, Britten, and Beyond. 169-172.

John Donne and June Wayne.  A Gallery of
Words and Images.  173-196.

Helen B. Brooks.  Donne’s “Break of Day”
and the Female Perspective in June Wayne’s Timeless Lithograph.

Jonathan F. S. Post. 1590/1950: John Donne, June
Wayne, and Concrete Expressionism. 207-216.

Paul A. Parrish. “Forming new wholes”: John
Donne and June Wayne. 217-226.

Ann Hurley and Jebah Baum.
June Wayne and John Donne: Reverse Ekphrasis Exemplified
and Explored. 227-250.

Colloquium: “Valediction of the booke”

Brooke Conti. Introduction. 251-252.

D. Audell Shelburne. Notes and Observations on
the Text of “A Valediction of the Booke.” 253-261.

Raymond-Jean Frontain. Donne’s “Valediction of
the booke” as a Performative Action. 263-274.

Julie W. Yen. Reading Donne’s “Valediction of
the booke.” 275-282.

Margaret Downs-Gamble. Marking the “dark eclipses”:
Taking Longitude from “Valediction of the Booke” and “Valediction to
his booke.” 283-298.

Book Reviews

Steven W. May. Manuscript Love Poems and Libels.

Paul A. Parrish. Tradition and Subversion.

Christopher Hodgkins. Pastoral Poet. 311-316.

VOLUME 29 (2010)


Kate Gartner Frost. “Bedded and bedrid”:
Severall Steps in Our Sicknes. 1-16.

Erica Longfellow. “the office of a man and wife”
in John Donne’s Marriage Sermons. 17-32.

Theresa M. DiPasquale. Donne’s Naked Time.

Ilona Bell. Oral Sex and Verbal Tricks–John
Donne and Renaissance Sexual Practice. 45-76.

Michael A. Winkelman. Post-Coital Tristesse,
Prolactin, and Donne’s “Farewell to love.” 77-95.

Robert W. Reeder. (True) Grief: Filial and
Penitent Mourning in “If faithful souls.” 97-113.

Thomas P. Roche, Jr. On Donne’s “The
Canonization.” 115-132.

Lara Dodds. “poore Donne was out”:
Reading and Writing Donne in the Works of Margaret Cavendish.

Richard S. Peterson. The Perennial Herbert. 175-179.

Colloquium: “Resurrection. Imperfect.”

Judith Scherer Herz. Introduction. 181-183.

Lara M. Crowley. A Text of “Resurrection.
Imperfect.” 185-198.

Raymond-Jean Frontain. Donne’s Suns and the
Condition of More. 199-206.

Kirsten Stirling. Absence and Presence in
“Resurrection, imperfect.” 207-217.

Book Reviews

R. V. Young. John Donne Overdone? 219-223.

Graham Roebuck. Troping the Furniture. 225-234.

VOLUME 30 (2011) 


Raymond-Jean Frontain. Donne, Salvation, and the
Biblical Basis of Poetic Action. 1-30.

Lara M. Crowley. Donne’s Dubia: Reassessing the
Authorship of Six Prose Pieces. 31-49.

Christopher Stone. John Donne and the
Astronomers in Ignatius his
. 51-63.

M. Thomas Hester. The Parallax View: Donne’s
Second, “inticing” Letter to Sir George More. 65-78.

Sean Davidson. “Stand in the way”: Seeking True
Religion in John Donne’s Satyre
. 79-97.

Luke Taylor. Donne’s Unwilled Body. 99-121.

Claire Falck. Purer Spheres: The Space Systems
of Donne’s Courtly Epithalamions. 123-155.

Raymond-Jean Frontain. “since that I may know”:
Donne and the Biblical Basis of Sexual Knowledge. 157-171.

More Signs of Donne

Alison Knight. Donne and Company on Stage.

Paul A. Parrish. John Donne and John Adams.

Sean H. McDowell. Making the Present Speak: “The
Extasie” Behind Seamus Heaney’s “Chanson d’Aventure.” 195-209.

Book Reviews

Anthony Raspa. A Handbook of History and
Hermeneutics. 211-219.

Allison P. Coudert. A Plurality of Religions.

R. V. Young. John
Donne in Meditation, Again. 225-230.

“We’re on a mission from God.” 231-240.

A Mute Queen. 241-247.

VOLUME 31 (2012)


Clayton D. Lein. Revisiting the Records: Donne
at St. Dunstan’s. 1-60.

Dennis Flynn, M. Thomas Hester, and Margaret Maurer. Goodere at Court, 1603-1610: The Early Jacobean Decline of a
Catholic Sympathizer and Its Bearing on Donne’s Letters. 61-98.

Daniel Starza Smith. The Poems of Sir Henry
Goodere: A Diplomatic Edition. 99-164.

Mingjun Lu. Chinese Chronology and Donne’s
Apologetic Exegesis in Essayes
in Divinity
. 165-201.

Sam Kaufman. Conceiving Bodies, Intertextuality,
and Censorship in Metempsychosis.

Timothy Rosendale. Wrong Turns in “Goodfriday,
1613.” 263-282.

Andrew Mattison. Donne, Britten, and the
Honesty of Song. 283-300.

More Signs of Donne

Kalyan Chatterjee. Donne’s Love Poetry and
Tagore’s Novel Shesher Kobita.

Book Reviews

R. V. Young. John
Donne, St. Augustine, and Charity. 319-324.

M. Russell.
Rereading Desire. 325-329.

VOLUME 32 (2013)


Judith H. Anderson. Donne Cooking: Analogy,
Proportion, Authority, and Faith. 1-23.

Graham Roebuck. From Donne to Great Tew. 25-56.

Erin A. McCarthy. Poems,
by J. D.
(1635) and the Creation of John Donne’s Literary
Biography. 57-85.

Donald R. Dickson. The Text of Donne’s Good
Friday Meditation.

Hugh Grady. Donne’s First Anniversary as Baroque Allegory: Fragmentation, Idealization, and the Resistance to Unity. 107-129.

Alan James Hogarth. “no power, no will, no sense”: The End of Motion in Donne’s “The Storme” and “The Calme.” 131-147.

Caitlin Holmes. Claustrophobic Donne: Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions and Early Modern Quarantine. 149-173.

Brent Nelson. Radiant Donne: A Case for the Digital Archive and the John Donne Society’s Digital Prose Project. 175-200.

Book Reviews

Dennis Flynn. Same Old Same Old. 201-204.

Kui Yan. Donne’s Elegies Betrayed. 205-219.

Yaakov A. Mascetti. Labyrinthine Language-Games.  221-224.

Emily A. Ransom. From Pew to Prayer Closet. 225-229.

Meghan Davis-Mercer. The State of Marlowe Studies. 231-235.

R. V. Young. A Welcome Edition. 237-240.


Corrigendum. 241.


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