No Man Is an Island
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No Man Is an Island (then written as "No man is an Iland" and now modernised as "No man is an island") is a famous line from Devotions upon Emergent Occasions, a 1624 work by the English poet John Donne.
No Man Is an Island may also refer to:
- 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 (album), the 1972 debut album from reggae singer Dennis Brown
- "No Man Is an Island", a 1955 book by the Trappist monk Thomas Merton
- "No Man Is an Island", a 1953 episode of the Hallmark Hall of Fame, about the life of John Donne
- "No Man Is an Island", a 1964 song by vocal group The Van Dykes
- "No Man Is an Island", a song by the 2000s group Tenth Avenue North, released on the Islands EP
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