In the first book for over a decade to deal with the issue of conscience in metaphysical poetry, Ceri Sullivan draws on theology, poetics, and rhetoric in detailed readings of the works of Donne, Herbert, and Vaughan. She shows that these poets see the conscience as part theirs, part God's, and respond uncomfortably to failures in its workings.

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