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|Introduction The Edward Lye Correspondence Sir, more than kisses, letters |
mingle souls; For, thus friends absent speak. This case controls The tediousness
of my life: but for these I could ideate nothing, which could please, But I should
|To Mr. Henry Wotton:85 Sir, more than kisses, letters mingle souls; For thus |
friends absent speak. This ease controls The tediousness of my life: but for these
I could ideate nothing which could please, imagine But I should wither in one day
|IR, more than kisses, letters mingle souls, For,thus friends absent speak. |
Thisease controls Thetediousness of my life: but for these I couldideate nothing
which could please, ButIshould wither in one day, and pass Sources collated:
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|In a verse letter to Sir Henry Wootton remarking, 'Sir, more than kisses, letters |
mingle souls', the briskness of Donne's phrasing indicates just how familiar the
belief was. If the idea seems strange to us now, it is surely rather less so than the
|“You could write in your diary, which is a perfectly good thing to do, but what |
about a letter? More than kisses, letters mingle souls. You know who said that?
John Donne. You guessed it, a poet. Those kind of letters, the kind that mingle
|She'd cried more thanonce, felt exhilaration and feardrumming throughher her |
pulsepoints,laughed untilit hurtand mindlessly pressed herown lips totheback of
her ... 'Asyou quote from Donne yourself: “more than kisses, letters mingle souls”.
|More than kisses, letters mingle souls. inquiry: the right one to conduct this |
project? have you ... As the name implies, it is writ- ten in letter form and used
whenever a foundation or corporation has no specific submission guidelines to
|delightful way to express the emotion that wells up within my soul. Perhaps no |
other activity can move the soul of a loved one more than that of a thoughtfully
written letter. It is the least ... Sir, more than kisses, letters mingle souls. For, thus ...
|To Mr Henry Wotton ('Sir, more than kisses, letters mingle souls') This verse letter |
is Donne's reply to Wotton's response to 'Here's no more news'. 1. more ... souls:
In The Book ofThe Courtier (1528, London: Penguin, 1967, p. 336), Baldassare ...
|Sometimes Donne's thinking on the subject of letters has a religious, not to say |
sacramental tinge. ... to a verse-letter to Sir Henry Wotton composed in i597-8
beginning 'Sir, more than kisses, letters mingle souls;/For thus friends absent