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John Donne (Portrait)



"No Man is an Island" is not really a poem, but part of a sermon or devotional. John Donne (1572-1631) who was a poet and a preacher, wrote this text and many others. Here you can learn more about this man who fell in love and married someone he was not supposed to marry, lost his job and position, and later became a respected member of the Anglican Church. His poems and sermons still influence his readers.

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