VOLUME 34 (2015) SPECIAL ISSUE
A Special Issue Devoted to John Donne and the Bible
Edited by Chanita Goodblatt
Introduction: John Donne and the Bible. 1-9.
I. Donne’s Sermons
Daniel W. Doerksen.
“Holy Love, and Sober Studie”: Donne’s Approach to the Scriptures in the Sermons
or “Chaldee Paraphrase”: Reading as Interpretation in John Donne’s Sermons. 29-57.
Patristic Leaven, or Reading Donne with Coleridge. 59-78.
II. Donne’s Sermons Extended
Donne’s “Peace of Conscience”: The Bible, Biathanatos
, and the Sermons. 79-100.
“bring men to heaven by Preaching”:
Donne’s Use of Grammatical Voice in the
Adaptation of Biblical Narratives of Death. 101-123.
“Therefore is Gods will delivered to us in Pslams”: John Donne and Poetic (Re)form. 125-151.
III. Other Works and Other Writers
Paul Stanwood. Essayes in Divinity
and Donne’s Reading of Genesis. 153-70.
“Oh my blacke soule”: Donne’s Biblical Metaphors for Sin. 171-92.
With a Cloven Tongue: Hebrew Double Readings and Donne’s “The Lamentations of Jeremy, for the Most Part According to Tremellius.” 193-212.
Sean H. McDowell.
A Tribute to John R. and Lorraine M. Roberts. 213-36.
R. V. Young.
The Early Modern Discovery of Self. 237-44.