Definition of Donne, John in English:

Donne, John

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Pronunciation: /dʌn
 
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( 1572–1631), English poet and preacher. A metaphysical poet, he is most famous for his Satires and Elegies (circa 1590-9) and his love poems. He also wrote religious poems and, as dean of St Paul’s from 1621, was one of the most celebrated preachers of his age.

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