So doth, so is religion : John Donne and diplomatic contexts in the Reformed Netherlands
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Sellin examines the view of the Protestant Reformation as held by John Donne by recounting the poet's actions and words as a diplomat at the Hague, as well as throughout the Netherlands.
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John Donne as a Diplomat-Divine in the Netherlands -- Viscount Doncaster in the United Provinces, December 1619 -- Doncaster's Reception by the States General -- Business in The Hague up through Doncaster's Audience -- Donne's Preaching in The Hague -- After Doncaster's Audience -- Return Horne -- Appendix A. Gerard Van Hamel's Speech to Doncaster at Utrecht -- Appendix B. Doncaster's Address to the States General -- Appendix C. The States' Reply to Doncaster.