내면의 갈등과 신과의 대화 : 존 던의 종교시와 산문

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Donne is chiefly remembered as a poet, but the greater part of his work is in prose. Of the prose works of Donne, the most popular was the Devotions upon Emergent Occasions (1624). It follows Donne"s recovery from a dangerous sickness during the previous year, and takes the twenty-three days of illness as the basis of private meditation and prayer about the spiritual condition of himself and the world. "Deeth"s Duel" is his last sermon delivered shortly before his death in 1631, and shows his obsession with the physical decay and the dissolution of the body, Written in a critical time, "Good Friday, 1613, Riding Westward" develops a feeling of conflict about the Good Friday in terms of eastward versus westward movement Donne dramatizes his dilemma by placing himself as riding westward away from God. He wrote "A Hymn to God the Father" during a serious illness of 1623. Though Izaak Walton, Donne"s biographer, assigns "Hymn to God Illy" God, in my" Sickness" to the last days of his life, it was probably written in December 1623. These two poems and Devotions then were written at the same period. Donne"s agonistic and introspective religious poetry and prose are often dominated by spiritual anxiety and terror of damnation, and sense of sinfulness. They show Donne"s inner struggle and record his dialogue with God. Donne"s divine poems explore man"s relation with God, often describing it in terms of human love. He exploits analogies between sexual and religious love and seeks to discover the true relation between man"s love for woman and the love between God and man.

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Donne is chiefly remembered as a poet, but the greater part of his work is in prose. Of the prose works of Donne, the most popular was the Devotions upon Emergent Occasions (1624). It follows Donne's recovery from a dangerous sickness during the previous year, and takes the twenty-three days of illness as the basis of private meditation and prayer about the spiritual condition of himself and the world. "Deeth's Duel" is his last sermon delivered shortly before his death in 1631, and shows his obsession with the physical decay and the dissolution of the body, Written in a critical time, "Good Friday, 1613, Riding Westward" develops a feeling of conflict about the Good Friday in terms of eastward versus westward movement Donne dramatizes his dilemma by placing himself as riding westward away from God. He wrote "A Hymn to God the Father" during a serious illness of 1623. Though Izaak Walton, Donne's biographer, assigns "Hymn to God Illy' God, in my' Sickness" to the last days of his life, it was probably written in December 1623. These two poems and Devotions then were written at the same period. Donne's agonistic and introspective religious poetry and prose are often dominated by spiritual anxiety and terror of damnation, and sense of sinfulness. They show Donne's inner struggle and record his dialogue with God. Donne's divine poems explore man's relation with God, often describing it in terms of human love. He exploits analogies between sexual and religious love and seeks to discover the true relation between man's love for woman and the love between God and man.

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