|←Author Index: Do||John Donne
|A Jacobean metaphysical poet|
- 1 Works
- 1.1 Songs and Sonnets (1633)
- 1.2 Elegies and Heroic Epistle
- 1.3 Epigrams
- 1.4 Satires
- 1.5 Infinitati Sacrum
- 1.6 Verse Letters to Several Personages
- 1.7 Marriage Songs
- 1.8 Elegies and Anniverseries
- 1.9 Epitaphs
- 1.10 Divine Poems
- 1.11 Sermons
- 1.12 Essays
- 2 Biathanatos
- 3 Works about Donne
Songs and Sonnets (1633)
- The Good-Morrow
- Song: "Goe and catche a falling starre"
- Woman's Constancy
- The Undertaking
- The Sun Rising
- The Indifferent
- Love's Usury
- The Canonization
- The Triple Fool
- Lovers' Infiniteness
- Song: "Sweetest love, I do not go"
- The Legacy
- A Fever
- Air and Angels
- Break of Day
- The Anniversary
- A Valediction: Of My Name, in the Window
- Twickenham Garden
- Valediction To His Book
- Love's Growth
- Love's Exchange
- Confined Love
- The Dream
- A Valediction: Of Weeping
- Love's Alchemy
- The Flea
- The Curse
- The Message
- A Nocturnal Upon S. Lucy's Day, Being the Shortest Day
- Witchcraft by a Picture
- The Bait
- The Apparition
- The Broken Heart
- A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
- The Ecstasy
- Love's Deity
- Love's Diet
- The Will
- The Funeral
- The Blossom
- The Primrose, Being at Montgomery Castle, Upon the Hill, on Which It Is Situate
- The Relic
- The Damp
- The Dissolution
- A Jet Ring Sent
- Negative Love
- The Prohibition
- The Expiration
- The Computation
- The Paradox
Elegies and Heroic Epistle
- Hero and Leader
- Pyramus and Thisbe
- A Burnt Ship
- Fall of a Wall
- A Lame Beggar
- Cales and Guyana
- Sir John Wingefield
- A Self Accuser
- A Licentious Person
- An Obscure Writer
- Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus
- The Liar
- Satire I
- Satire II
- Satire III
- Satire IV
- Satire V
- Upon Mr. Thomas Coryat's Crudities
- In Eundem Macaronicon
Verse Letters to Several Personages
- The Storm
- The Calm
- To Sir Henry Wotton
- To Sir Henry Wootton
- Henrico Wottoni In Hibernia Belligeranti
- To Mr. T. W. "All hail sweet Poet"
- To Mr. T. W. "Haste thee harsh verse"
- To Mr. T. W. "Pregnant again with th'old twins Hope, and Fear"
- To Mr. T. W. "At once, from hence"
- To Mr. R. W. "Zealously my Muse"
- To Mr. R. W. "Muse not that by thy Mind"
- To Mr. C. B. "Thy friend, whom thy deserts"
- To Mr. E. G. "Even as lame things thirst"
- To Mr. R. W. "If, as mine is, thy life a slumber be"
- To Mr. R. W. "Kindly I envy thy songs perfection"
- To Mr. S. B. "O thou which to search out the secret parts"
- To Mr. I. L. "Of that short Roll of friends"
- To Mr. I. L. "Blest are your North parts"
- To Mr. B. B. "Is not thy sacred hunger of science"
- To the Countesse of Huntingdon. "That unripe side of Earth"
- To Sir H. W. At His Going Ambassador to Venice
- To Mrs. M. H. "Mad paper stay"
- To Sir Henry Goodyere
- To Mr. Roland Howard
- To the Countesse of Bedford. "Reason is our Soul's left hand"
- To the Countesse of Bedford. "You have refin'd me"
- To Sir Edwary Herbert at Julyers
- To the Countesse of Bedford. "T'have written then, when you writ"
- To the Countesse of Bedford. "This twilight of two years"
- To the Lady Bedford. "You that are she"
- To the Countesse of Bedford. "Honor is so sublime perfection"
- To the Countesse of Bedford. "Though I be dead, and buried"
- A Letter to the Lady Carey and Mrs. Essex Riche, From Amyens
- To the Countesse of Huntingdon. "Man to God's image, Eve, to man's was made"
- To the Countesse of Salisbury. "Fair, great, and good"
- Epithalamion Made at Lincoln's Inn
- Marriage Song on the Lady Elizabeth, and Count Palatine being married on St. Valentine's Day
- Ecclogue. 1613. December 26
Elegies and Anniverseries
- A Funeral Elegy
- To the Praise of the Dead, and the Anatomy
- An Anatomy of the World—The First Anniversery
- The Harbinger to the Progress
- Of the Progress of the Soul—The Second Anniversery
- Elegy on the L. C. [Lord Chamberlain]
- Elegy on the Lady Markham
- Elegy on Mistress Boulstred
- Elegy. Death
- Elegy on the Untimely Death of the Incomparable Prince Henry
- Obsequies to the Lord Harrington, Brother to the Lady Lucy, Countesse of Bedford
- An Hymn to the Saints, and to Marquesse Hamylton
- To E. of D. With Six Holy Sonnets
- To the Lady Magdalen Herbert: Of St. Mary Magdalen
- Holy Sonnets
- The Cross
- Resurrection, Imperfect
- Upon the Annunciation and Passion Falling upon One Day. 1608
- The Litany
- Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward
- A Hymn to God the Father
- Holy Sonnet: "Batter my heart, three person'd God; for, you"
- Holy Sonnet: "Death be not proud, though some have called thee"
- A Sermon Preached at Greenwich, Aprill 30. 1615
- Death's Duell, or A Consolation to the Soul, against the dying Life and the living Death of the Body
Devotions upon Emergent Occasions
- Meditation I
- Meditation II
- Meditation III
- Meditation IV
- Meditation V
- Meditation VI
- Meditation VII
- Meditation VIII
- Meditation IX
- Meditation X
- Meditation XI
- Meditation XII
- Meditation XIII
- Meditation XIV
- Meditation XV
- Meditation XVI
- Meditation XVII
- Meditation XVIII
- Meditation XIX
- Meditation XX
- Meditation XXI
- Meditation XXII
- Meditation XXIII
Works about Donne
- “Donne, John,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- “Donne, John (1573-1631),” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
- “Donne, John” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- "John Donne", in Leslie Stephen's Studies of a Biographer, vol. 3
- Grierson, Herbert J. C., "English Poetry" passim in chap 4 of The First Half of the Seventeenth Century, vol. 7 of Periods of European Literature Series, George E. B. Saintsbury, ed., Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, (1906) in 12 vols.
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.