Famous Last Will and Testament English Poet John Donne
About the last will and testament of famous English poet John Donne.
WHERE THERE'S A WILL
JOHN DONNE, English poet, clergyman, died 1631
Last Will: Left Pound 500 each to his aged mother and his unmarried children, plus money for the local poor. His early poem "The Will" made bequests only to "such as had too much before." Hence, he left his "tongue to Fame," and "To women or the sea" his tears. His constancy, he left to the planets. His "ingenuity and openness, to Jesuits," and his money "to a Capuchin. . . ."
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