International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A (2015)
Synchrony of sensual fervor and love desire in Donne and Marvell with reference to their major poems: Spiritual perspective
Metaphysical poetry deals with the intact understanding of human, but the poets’ aptitude, erudition and earnestness means that the poetry is about the insightful vicinity of comprehending quixotic and sensual love. It also deals with man's liaison with God- the eternal perception, and, to a less degree, about pleasure, learning and art. Though metaphysical means something beyond physical, but most of the metaphysical poets depict their sensual fervor in disguise of spiritual sex desire. John Donne and Andrew Marvell are two great poets who also wrote about physical love in concealment. They expose their intense corporeal desire through some spiritual words in several poems. A strong sensual passion and sacred desire of physical love are simultaneously depicted in the poems of these two major metaphysical poets. As these two poets are considered the forerunners of the metaphysical era so, this manuscript deals with the subject matters in reference to their celebrated poems.
How to cite this article:
Mohammad Ehsanul Islam Khan. Synchrony of sensual fervor and love desire in Donne and Marvell with reference to their major poems: Spiritual perspective. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(2):16-20.