"For whom the bell tolls." "No man is an island." "Death be not proud." Come learn all about the man who penned these well known lines, the metaphysical poet and Anglican priest John Donne. Read from Donne's poetry and prose, including sermons written as dean of St. Paul's Cathedral in London. From racy love poems to meditations on mortality, Donne's writing is as varied and interesting as his own life and the period he lived in. All welcome, whatever your familiarity with Donne, poetry and English history.