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(1977). American Imago. XXXIII, 1976: John Donne's "The Good-Morrow." Dennis Grunes. Pp. 261-265.. Psychoanal Q., 46:548.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Imago. XXXIII, 1976: John Donne's "The Good-Morrow." Dennis Grunes. Pp. 261-265.

(1977). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 46:548

American Imago. XXXIII, 1976: John Donne's "The Good-Morrow." Dennis Grunes. Pp. 261-265.

In "The Good-Morrow," a poem which describes the morning after their wedding night, Donne proclaims the oneness and immortality of the couple's love. Grunes analyzes the speaker's underlying fear of separation and loss in terms of Donne's own infantile relationship with his mother.

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(1977). American Imago. XXXIII, 1976. Psychoanal. Q., 46:548

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