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At the round earth's imagined corners (Holy Sonnet 7)

At the round earth's imagined corners (Holy Sonnet 7)

  

by John Donne

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Many early editions of the Donne's sonnet were printed with a mistake: the word "death" instead of "dearth." (Source)

Margaret Edson wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning American play inspired by Donne's sonnets. The play was called Wit, and it was made into a film starring Emma Thompson. (Source)

The "Holy Sonnets" are sometimes referred to as "Divine Meditations." (Source)

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