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Paradise Lost.

Paradise Lost is one of the most epic, complex theological works to date. Milton's masterpiece in blank verse tells the story of the fall from grace. His protagonist is often read as Satan, who rebels against the omnipotent God, though he cannot win. Milton expresses the paradox of free will within the creation of an all-knowing God.

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  • "Milton's awe-inspiring epic poem is considered by many to be the finest in the English language. In this beautiful new facsimile edition the poem is presented with all 50 of the magnificent engravings produced by Gustave Dore specially for the work."
  • "Paradise Lost is one of the most epic, complex theological works to date. Milton's masterpiece in blank verse tells the story of the fall from grace. His protagonist is often read as Satan, who rebels against the omnipotent God, though he cannot win. Milton expresses the paradox of free will within the creation of an all-knowing God."@en
  • "Milton's epic poem of the 17th century was originally published in 1667, and considered by many scholars to be one of the greatest poems of the English language. The poem concerns the biblical story of the Fall of Man: the temptation of Adam and Eve by Satan and their expulsion from the Garden of Eden."@en
  • "Paradise Lost has long been hailed as one of the most compelling stories of all time. Its cosmic canvas--heaven, hell, chaos, and the Garden of Eden--has enthralled thousands of readers for more than three centuries. For others, however, it has remained an unopened treasure because of the perceived difficulty of its archaic vocabulary and poetic structure."
  • "John Milton's epic poem, Paradise Lost, is one of England's greatest works of literature. The piece describes the descent of man from the Garden of Eden, as told by the Christian story. The poem moves further than the story itself: in expressing the fall of man, Milton attempts to justify God's plan as well as resolve the conflict between God's foresight and man's free will. In poetic verse, Milton goes into profound exploration of the biblical characters, revealing the depth of Adam, Eve, Satan, and the Son of God. Having drawn out the biblical story, Milton sheds new light upon man's relationship with God."
  • "Presents John Milton's epic poem about the fall of man and Satan's plot for revenge against God for casting him out of Heaven; and includes twelve illustrations from the first illustrated edition, published in 1688, and an introduction by novelist Philip Pullman."
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."
  • "Epic poem describing the creation and the Fall of Man, debating free will, obedience, forbidden knowledge, love, evil, and guilt."
  • "The basis of the text of Paradise Lost in this volume is the second edition of the poem, which was issued with Milton's own corrections in 1674, seven years after the appearance of the first edition. There were not changes of serious importance, but Milton took advantage of the opportunity to increase the original ten books to twelve by dividing the seventh book into the present seventh and eighth books, and the tenth into the present eleventh and twelfth."
  • "In Paradise Lost Milton tells the story of the fall of man, which encompasses a battle that rages across Heaven between God and Satan. Here are passion and innocence, victory and defeat, hope and despair. This is without a doubt the greatest epic poem ever written in the English language."@en
  • "Paradise Lost is the great epic poem of the English language, a tale of immense drama and excitement, of rebellion and treachery, of innocence pitted against corruption, in which God and Satan fight a bitter battle for control of mankind's destiny. The struggle ranges across heaven, hell, and earth, as Satan and his band of rebel angels conspire against God. At the center of the conflict are Adam and Eve, motivated by all-too-human temptations, but whose ultimate downfall is unyielding love."
  • "'Of man's first disobedience, and the fruit Of that forbidden tree, whose mortal taste Brought death into the world...Sing heavenly muse' From almost the moment of its first publication in 1667, Paradise Lost was considered a classic. It is difficult now to appreciate both how audacious an undertaking it represents, and how astonishing its immediate and continued success was. Over the course of twelve books Milton wrote an epic poem that would 'justify the ways of God to men', a mission that required a complex drama whose source is both historical and deeply personal. The struggle for ascendancy between God and Satan is played out across hell, heaven, and earth but the consequences of the Fall are all too humanly tragic - pride, ambition, and aspiration the motivating forces. In this new edition derived from their acclaimed Oxford Authors text, Stephen Orgel and Jonathan Goldberg discuss the complexity of Milton's poem in a new introduction, and on-page notes explain its language and allusions."
  • "Paradise Lost is one of the greatest epic poems in the English language. It tells the story of the Fall of Man, in which God and Satan fight a bitter battle for control of mankind's destiny. Milton's influence has been felt by many writers since, none more so in recent times than the novelist Philip Pullman, author of His Dark Materials. His introduction to the poem is a tribute that is both personal and full of insight; he encourages readers above all to. experience the poem for themselves, and surrender to its enchantment. - ;Paradise Lost is one of the greatest epic poems in the English lang."@en
  • "Presents John Milton's epic poem, which chronicles man's fall from grace and Satan's rebellion against God, providing a scholarly introduction, chronology, bibliography, Andrew Marvell's verse tribute to Milton from the second edition, and explanatory notes."@en
  • ""Paradise Lost" is one of the greatest epic poems in the English language. It tells the story of the "Fall of Man", a tale of immense drama and excitement, of rebellion and treachery, of innocence pitted against corruption, in which God and Satan fight a bitter battle for control of mankind's destiny. The struggle ranges across three worlds - heaven, hell, and earth - as Satan and his band of rebel angels plot their revenge against God. At the centre of the conflict are Adam and Eve, motivated by all too human temptations, but whose ultimate downfall is unyielding love. Milton's influence has been felt by many writers since, none more so in recent times than the novelist Philip Pullman. His acclaimed trilogy "His Dark Materials" takes its title from a line in the poem, and the worlds he created for Lyra and Will have entranced readers across generations. His introduction to the poem is a tribute that is both personal and full of insight; his enthusiasm for Milton's language, skill, and supreme gifts as a storyteller is infectious and instructive. He encourages readers above all to experience the poem for themselves, and surrender to its enchantment."
  • "Milton's epic poem about the Creation and the Fall, complete with notes discussing his use of language and blank verse."
  • "Paradise Lost remains as challenging and relevant today as it was in the turbulent intellectual and political environment in which it was written. This edition aims to bring the poem as fully alive to a modern reader as it would have been to Milton's contemporaries. It provides a newly edited text of the 1674 edition of the poemthe last of Milton's lifetimewith carefully modernized spelling and punctuation. Marginal glosses define unfamiliar words, and extensive annotations at the foot of the page clarify Milton's syntax and poetics, and explore the range of literary, biblical, and political."@en
  • "Paradise Lost remains as challenging and relevant today as it was in the turbulent intellectual and political environment in which it was written. This edition aims to bring the poem as fully alive to a modern reader as it would have been to Milton's contemporaries. It provides a newly edited text of the 1674 edition of the poemthe last of Milton's lifetimewith carefully modernized spelling and punctuation. Marginal glosses define unfamiliar words, and extensive annotations at the foot of the page clarify Milton's syntax and poetics, and explore the range of literary, biblical, and political."
  • "This classic epic poem imagines a compelling and controversial cosmos with Adam and Eve standing naked at center."
  • "Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton. It was originally published in 1667 in ten books; a second edition followed in 1674, redivided into twelve books (in the manner of the division of Virgil's Aeneid) with minor revisions throughout and a note on the versification. The poem concerns the Judeo-Christian story of the Fall of Man; the temptation of Adam and Eve by the fallen angel Satan and their expulsion from the Garden of Eden. Milton's purpose, stated in Book I, is to "justify the ways of God to men" and elucidate the conflict be."@en
  • "John Leonard's revised edition of Paradise Lost contains full notes, which elucidate Milton's biblical, classical and historical allusions and discuss his vivid, highly original use of language and blank verse. --Penguin Books."@en
  • "Paradise Lost is the greatest epic poem in English literature, and Milton's Satan one of its most compelling figures. The controversy has been exceeded only by its tremendous influence: countless masters of English verse have paid homage to Milton and Paradise Lost. A profound meditation on the role of man under God, Pardise Lost is essential reading."
  • "Paradise Lost is the greatest epic poem in English literature, and Milton's Satan one of its most compelling figures. The controversy has been exceeded only by its tremendous influence: countless masters of English verse have paid homage to Milton and Paradise Lost. A profound meditation on the role of man under God, Pardise Lost is essential reading."@en
  • "Het epische gedicht van de Engelse dichter (1608-1674) over de oorlog in de hemel tussen God en Satan."
  • "One in a series of books presenting authoritative texts of the complete poetry and major prose of John Milton, this text offers readers the opportunity to experience 'Paradise Lost' in its original 1674 form."@en
  • "In this new edition of the great epic poem of the English language, a general introduction as well as introductions for each of the twelve books of the poem are provided by the author of "The Golden Compass.""
  • "In Paradise Lost Milton tells the story of the fall of man, which encompasses a battle that rages across Heaven between God and Satan. Here are passion and innocence, victory and defeat, hope and despair. This is without a doubt the greatest epic poem ever written in the English language."
  • "Preserving the quality and character of Hughes' richly annotated edition in this revision, the text includes a thorough updating of the text, notes, and bibliographies to reflect the scholarship of the last half-century."
  • "Milton tells the story of Man's creation, fall and redemption - to 'justify the ways of God to men'. Milton produced characters which have become embedded in the consciousness of English literature - the frail, human pair, Adam and Eve; the terrible cohort of fallen angels; and Satan, tragic and heroic in his unremitting quet for revenge. The tale unfolds from the aftermath of the great battle between good and evil to the moving departure of Adam and Eve from Eden, with human and eternal anguish intertwined in magnificent resonance."@en
  • "Milton's epic poem depicts the creation, fall, and redemption of humankind, and the moral and spiritual dilemmas of God's judgment."
  • "Presents Milton's great epic "Paradise Lost" in the original language (spelling and punctuation) of its 1674 publication. Beginning with a brief historical and critical introduction, this work also provides explanatory annotations that clarify names and places, identify biblical and literary allusions, and gloss unfamiliar words."@en
  • "Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton. It was originally published in 1667 in ten books; a second edition followed in 1674, redivided into twelve books (in the manner of the division of Virgil's Aeneid) with minor revisions throughout and a note on the versification. The poem concerns the Judeo-Christian story of the Fall of Man: the temptation of Adam and Eve by Satan and their expulsion from the Garden of Eden. Milton's purpose, stated in Book I, is "justify the ways of God to men" (Milton 1674, 4:26) and elucidate the conflict b."@en
  • "In this authoritative edition of John Milton's epic poem, Paradise Lost is presented in the original language of its 1674 publication, with explanatory annotations and word glosses. Edited by one of the world's leading Milton scholars, the author of the acclaimed The Life of Milton (Blackwell 2000), which won the Milton Society of America's James Holly Hanford Book Award Offers readers the opportunity to experience the brilliance and beauty of Paradise Lost as it was experienced by his contemporaries Presents Paradise Lost in its original 1674 form Incorporates accidentals (spelling and punctu."
  • "This authoritative edition of Milton's great epic, "Paradise Lost", presents the poem in the original language (spelling and punctuation) of its 1674 publication. It thereby recovers pronunciations, sonorities, and rhythms often lost in modernized editions. Barbara K. Lewalski offers readers the opportunity to experience the brilliance and beauty of "Paradise Lost" as that poem was experienced by Milton's contemporaries.; Beginning with a brief historical and critical introduction, Lewalski also provides judicious explanatory annotations that clarify names and places, identify biblical and literary allusions, and gloss unfamiliar words. She includes as well a textual apparatus of variant readings, a select bibliography, and several illustrations from the 1688 Folio edition.; Lewalski's "Paradise Lost" is the first of three paperback volumes presenting authoritative texts of the complete poetry and major prose of John Milton in original language, thereby making these texts readily available to students and scholars."@en

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  • "Paradise lost : books 1 and 2 /"
  • "Paradise lost : books 1 and 2 /"@en
  • "Paradise lost. To which is prefixed, the life of the author."@en
  • "Paradise lost: a poem In twelve books."@en
  • "Cliff's notes on Milton's Paradise lost /"
  • "Paradise Lost"
  • "Paradise Lost"@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost : an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources critism /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, criticism /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, criticism /"
  • "Paradise Lost: a Poem, in Twelve Books : With the Life of the Author."
  • "Paradise Lost : books 1 and 2 /"
  • "The paradise lost extraits /"
  • "The Paradise lost /"@en
  • "The Paradise lost /"
  • "Cliffs Notes on Milton's Paradise Lost"@en
  • "Paradise lost : [notes] /"@en
  • "Paradise lost, books I and II;"
  • "Paradise lost. : A poem, /"
  • "Paradise lost. : A poem, /"@en
  • "Paradise Lost [Kasten, 2005]."
  • "Paradise Lost A Poem in Twelve Books."@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in XII books /"@en
  • "[Paradise lost /"
  • "[Paradise lost /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem. In twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost. : A poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost. : A poem in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost [Hauptwerk]."
  • "Paradise lost a poem in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost a poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "[Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : notes, including Milton's life and work, brief synopsis, list of characters, summaries and commentaries, review questions, selected bibliography /"@en
  • "Paradise lost: a poem, in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost: a poem, in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem, in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem, in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost : Books 1 & 2 /"
  • "Paradise lost : Books 1 & 2 /"@en
  • "Paradise lost. Book I"@en
  • "Paradise lost, Books I-II [one-two];"@en
  • "Paradise Lost : notes /"@en
  • "Paradise lost A poem, in twelve books /"
  • "Milton's Paradise lost. A new edition, by Richard Bentley, D.D."@en
  • "Paradise Lost : a Poem ; in twelve books ; to which is prefix'd an account of his life /"
  • "Paradise lost. A poem ..."
  • "Paradise lost,"
  • "Paradise lost,"@en
  • "Paradise lost : Book I and II /"
  • "Paradise lost : [Teilausgabe]. Books I and II /"
  • "Paradise lost : (books I. and II.) /"@en
  • "Paradise lost: books I-II."@en
  • "Paradise lost. [Paradise regained, Samson Agonistes, Comus, and Arcades. Poems on several occasions."@en
  • "Paradise Lost : A Poem, In Twelve Books"
  • "Paradise lost, notes : including Milton's life and work, brief synopsis, list of characters, summaries and commentaries, review questions, selected bibliography /"@en
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost = Paradis perdu"
  • "Paradise lost : A poem, in 12 books."
  • "Paradise lost 1, Books I-II /"
  • "Paradise lost A poem, in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost, book 1-[2]."
  • "Sammlung"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost : [1667] Books I and II /"
  • "The Paradise lost."
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books : with the life of the author."@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books..."
  • "The paradise lost,"
  • "Paradise lost [Paradise regained, Samson Agonistes, Comus, and Arcades. Poems on several occasions."@en
  • "Paradise lost = Le paradis perdu /"
  • "Cliffs notes on Milton's Paradise lost"
  • "Cliffs notes on Milton's Paradise lost"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem..."
  • "Paradise lost : a collection of critical essays."
  • "Paradise lost : [Teilausgabe]. Books I & II /"
  • "Paradise lost :"@en
  • "Paradise lost: : a poem. : In twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in twelve books /"
  • "Milton Paradise lost :"
  • "Paradis perdu"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in twelve books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise lost (books I. and II.)"
  • "Paradise lost : books I. and II. /"
  • "Paradise lost : Books 1-2"
  • "Paradise lost : Book I :"
  • "Paradise lost : with a memoir /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : with a memoir /"
  • "Paradise lost, books I and II,"@en
  • "The Paradise Lost /"
  • "Paradise lost. : a poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem in xii books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in 12 books."
  • "Paradise lost; a poem in twelve books,"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem, in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost ...."
  • "Paradise lost. 1,., Books I - II /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in XII books"
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem in twelve books. The authour John Milton."@en
  • "Paradise lost : with explanatory notes /"
  • "Paradise Lost. A poem, in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost : [an introduction to the variety of criticism] /"
  • "Paradise lost. A poem. In twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost; a poem, in twelve books,"
  • "Milton's Paradise lost a new edition, by Richard Bentley, D.D."
  • "Paradise lost: a poem. : In twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost: a poem. : In twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books. ..."
  • "Paradise lost; a poem in 12 books."@en
  • "Paradise lost..."
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books. From the text of Thomas Newton, D. D. /"
  • "Paradise Lost. A poem in twelve books."
  • "パラダイス・ロスト"
  • "[Paradise lost]."
  • "Paradise lost : a poem."
  • "Paradise lost : a Poem in 12 books."
  • "Paradise lost: a poem, in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Poetical works"
  • "Paradise lost a poem /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in xii books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books. : the author John Milton. According to the author's last edition, in the year 1674."@en
  • "Newton's Milton"@en
  • "Newton's Milton"
  • "Paradise lost Books I-II /"
  • "Paradise lost ... with a memoir."@en
  • "Paradise lost. A poem,"@en
  • "Cliffs notes on Paradise lost"@en
  • "Paradise lost, notes including Milton's life and work, brief synopsis, list of characters, summaries and commentaries, review questions, selected bibliography /"@en
  • "Paradise Lost : a Poem: in 12 books ..."
  • "Paradise Lost : books one and two /"
  • "Paradise Lost a poem, in twelve books"
  • "Paradaisu rosuto"@en
  • "PARADISE LOST."@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in XII books."
  • "Paradise lost / 1, Books I and II."
  • "Paradise lost : Book I /"
  • "The Paradise lost;"@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem, in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books ; ... ; from the Text of Thomas Newton /"
  • "Paradise lost: : a poem, in twelve books, /"
  • "Paradise lost. Books 1 & 2."
  • "Paradise Lost : A Poem /"
  • "Paradise lost : Book 1 /"@en
  • "Paradise Lost : A Poem in Twelve books /"
  • "Paradise lost, books 1 and 2 /"@en
  • "Paradise lost, books 1 and 2 /"
  • "Paradise lost : (A poem in 12 books) /"@en
  • "Paradise Lost, a poem in twelve books. With the life of the author."
  • "Paradise lost, with explanatory notes"
  • "The Paradise lost : extraits /"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in 12 books /"
  • "Paradise lost : an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, critisism /"
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books,"@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books,"
  • "Paradise Lost : a poem, in twelve books ; To which is prefixed, the Life of the Author [by Elijah Fenton]."
  • "Paradise lost, Books 1 and 2 /"
  • "Paradise lost, as originally published"@en
  • "Paradise lost. A poem, in twelve books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost. : a poem in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve Books /"
  • "Paradise lost a poem, in twelve books."@en
  • "Paradise lost. Books I-II."
  • "Paradise lost : Book II /"@en
  • "Poem in twelve books"@en
  • "Paradise lost"@en
  • "Paradise lost"
  • "Milton :"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem ... /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem ... /"
  • "Notes upon the twelve books of Paradise lost"
  • "Paradise regain'd"@en
  • "Paradise regain'd"
  • "Paradise Lost : Book I and II /"
  • "Paradise lost, Books 1-2"
  • "Paradise lost : notes /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : notes /"
  • "Paradise lost, book 1 /"
  • "Paradise lost : books I & II."@en
  • "Paradise lost : A poem in twelve books"
  • "Paradise lost / Books IX and X. ; ed. with an introduction and notes by E. M. W. Tillyard."
  • "The paradise lost : a poem in twelve books"
  • "Paradise regained"
  • "Life of Milton"@en
  • "Paradise lost : book II /"
  • "Paradise lost : book II /"@en
  • "Paradise lost: a poem, in twelve books,"@en
  • "Milton's poetical works"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books ; with a biographical and critical account of the author and his writings /"
  • "The paradise lost"@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books. With a biographical and critical account of the author and his writings."
  • "Paradise lost, : a poem in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise Lost. A poem in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books ; with the life of the author /"@en
  • "Paradise lost = Paradis perdu /"
  • "Paradise lost : notes."@en
  • "Paradise lost : notes."
  • ""Paradise lost" /"
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books... From the text of Thomas Newton,... [To which are prefixed two poems: In Paradisum amissum, by Samuel Barrow, On Paradise lost, by Andrew Marvel, and the life of Milton]."
  • "Paradise Lost : a poem, in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise lost : books I and II"@en
  • "Paradise lost : A poem, in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books"
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books"@en
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books,"@en
  • "Paradise lost ;"
  • "Paradise lost. Books I and II /"@en
  • "Paradise lost. Books I and II /"
  • "The Paradise lost,"@en
  • "The Paradise lost,"
  • "Paradise lost, books I & II"@en
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise lost ... /"@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem, in twelve books;"
  • "Paradise lost A poem in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise Lost : a Poem In Twelve Books /"
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books : John Milton /"
  • "Paradise lost A poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost A poem in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise Lost. [With a portrait.]."
  • "Paradise lost. Books I & II /"
  • "Paradise lost. Books I & II /"@en
  • "Paradise lost, A poem. In twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost... [1] : Books I and II /"
  • "Paradise lost: : a poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost: : a poem in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost book I /"@en
  • "Paradise lost book I /"
  • "Paradise lost : A poem in twelve books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : A poem in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise Lost : a poem in twelve books /"
  • "Paradise Lost : a poem in twelve books /"@en
  • "Paradise lost a poem in twelve books,"@en
  • "Milton's Paradise lost : a new edition, by Richard Bentley, D.D."
  • "Paradise lost [specimen pages] : a poem in XII books /"
  • "Paradise lost: : a poem, in twelve books. /"
  • "Paradise lost: : a poem, in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : books 1. and 2. /"
  • "Paradise lost, a poem."@en
  • "Paradise Lost : a poem in twelve books."
  • "Paradise lost : a Poem, in twelve books"
  • "Paradise lost, books I & II /"@en
  • "Paradise Lost : a poem ... ; [Paradise regain'd] /"
  • "Paradise lost notes /"@en
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books, with the life of the author"
  • "Paradise Lost : a Poem ; In Twelve Books /"
  • "Paradise lost; a poem in twelve books ..."@en
  • "Paradise lost : a poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise Lost a Poem, in Twelve Books : With a Biographical and Critical Account of the Author and his Writings"
  • "Milton, Paradise lost. Book I /"
  • "Paradise lost. A poem in twelve books. /"@en
  • "Paradise lost : Books 1. and 2 /"
  • "Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books. [To which is prefixed The life of Milton by Thomas Newton]."

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