A valediction forbidding mourning poem
A valediction forbidding mourning poem: John Donne’s poem, “A valediction forbidding mourning,” is a love poem which he wrote to his dear wife when he was leaving for a continental journey. The paper shall be analyzing how Donne’s poem represents the Baroque period, how it supports or resists the gender norms or ideals of Europe in the 17th C, and the response of men or women to the poem during the Baroque period.
The Northern Renaissance/Baroque period was a historical period in Italy that was characterized by unique styles in painting, sculpture, architecture, music, as well as in literature work. John Donne’s poem is a typical representation of the literary work of some of the writers in the Baroque period in different ways.
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It is a healthy poem that helps couples to deal with separation in a healthy manner that is healthy for both parties. The culture of the English people during the Baroque period conformed to the Baroque art of writing that showed high levels of creativity as well as real events that were happening in the world at the time.
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