Literature-Help me Ms. Sue

A theological argument offered by Donne in "Death Be Not Proud" may be summarized as
A. chance and fate rule all.
B. life is illusion.
C. death cannot be overcome.
D. the human essence is immortal

I think it's c

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  1. I disagree.

    http://www.sparknotes.com/poetry/donne/section6.rhtml

  2. well I know it's not B and now I know it's not C. so it has to be either A or D.

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  3. After reading the Sparknotes, you should be able to see the answer.

  4. is it A?

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