The Lady and the Poet

The Lady and the Poet

Book - 2010
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Set against the sumptuousness and intrigues of Queen Elizabeth I's court, reveals the untold love affair between the famous poet John Donne and Ann More, the passionate woman who, against all odds, became his wife.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2010
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780312554156
Branch Call Number: FICTION Haran
Characteristics: 370 p. ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Lady and the poet : a novel


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Apr 25, 2012

the book was good it just seemed to that the author was trying to hard to write a book and got lost in why she was writing it. it just seemed as if one minute things in the book were good even when things are going bad the author was unsure of how to write and just had no way of writing and lost it. one minute the book was interesting the voice flow the next minute nothing it just founder too much. so idea just the wrong way to go about telling what could have been a better story. it just felt lost to me.

jayliss May 15, 2011

Mrs. Haran obviously did her research, but at times it seems she just copied it verbatim from the history books. I got a load of facts and descriptions when all I wanted was a story.


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Nov 14, 2015

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