Letters to Severall Persons of Honour (1651)
Contains 128 letters written by Donne between 1600 & 1631, collected & published by his son in 1651, illustrating Donne's character, his relationships with his family, his flattery of his patrons, his religious attitudes, his views of current happenings, & his increasing involvement in public affairs.
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