No Man Is an Island
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No Man Is an Island is an expression emphasizing a person's connections to his or her surroundings. It can also refer to:
- A famous line from "Meditation XVII," by the English poet John Donne.
- A book by the Trappist monk Thomas Merton.
- No Man Is an Island (Hallmark), a 1953 episode of the Hallmark Hall of Fame about the life of John Donne.
- No Man Is an Island (film), a 1962 film based on the experiences of George Ray Tweed, an American sailor on Guam.
- No Man Is an Island (music), the chamber cantata of Ukrainian composer Victoria Poleva on the text from "Meditation XVII" by J. Donne (2008) for mezzo (women's choir), piano and Strings.
- No Man is an Island (album), the debut album from reggae singer Dennis Brown.
- A Far Side cartoon in which a man floating in the ocean forces away some tiny people who have built huts on his stomach.
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