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June 20, 2020 12:17 pmpts 30 pts
Eliot's view on Donne ( from the metaphysical poets )
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  • Deb halder Halder
    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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  • Deb halder Halder
    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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  • Deb halder Halder
    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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  • Deb halder Halder
    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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  • Deb halder Halder
    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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  • Deb halder Halder
    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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    He writes, “[a] thought to Donne was an experience; it modified his sensibility.”
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  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
    he praises him as he feels the modernists especially he himself is much similar to Donne
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  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
    Eliot praises John Donne for his disassociation of sensibility and thus by brining in new tradition to English poetry
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