All in All: Unity, Diversity, and the Miltonic Perspective

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Charles W. Durham, Kristin A. Pruitt
Susquehanna University Press, 1999 - Всего страниц: 268
The sixteen essays in this collection reflect the individuality and diversity of varied ideas and approaches to Milton scholarship. They demonstrate the continued scholarly commitment to a search for truths in and about Milton's works, a process that began in the seventeenth century and promises to continue unabated into the next millennium.
 

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The Individuality of Creatures in Paradise Lost
21
Obedience and Disobedience in Paradise Lost
39
The Threat of Bliss
48
Eve as the Hero of Paradise Lost
67
Miltons Eve as Closed Corpus Open Book and Apocryphal Text
83
Agrippa Lanyer and Milton
100
The Satanic Predicament in Paradise Lost
112
Tassos Narrative Theory and Miltons Demonization of a Genre
128
Hymns and AntiHymns to Light in Paradise Lost
174
Miltons Use of Virgil in Paradise Lost Books 11 and 12
189
Miltons Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester and the Representation of Maternal Mortality in the SeventeenthCentury Epitaph
200
The Argument of Comus Revisited
224
Chaos Theory and Areopagitica
232
The Dalila Episode
245
Contributors
259
Index
263

Vitruvian Architecture in Paradise Lost
138
Visualizing the Expulsion
156

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