John Donne: Poems

'Almost all John Donne's poems are DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES uttered in a mood of passionate apprehension.' Amplify and illustrate?


How Donne's work are cosidered as Dramatic Monologues ?

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"A dramatic monologue is a type of poem in which the speaker is directly addressing and talking to some other person. The speaker in such poems usually speaks alone, in a one way conversation, and so it is called a monologue."