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John milton : Modern critical views

Written just after the Restoration period in England, Milton's blank verse epic "Paradise Lost dramatized man's "fortunate fall" from grace and earned him a permanent place in the canon.

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  • "Paradise lost"
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  • "Includes a brief biography of the author, thematic and structural analysis of the work, critical views, and an index of themes and ideas."
  • "Examines the life and work of seventeenth-century English poet John Milton, featuring a biographical profile, critical analysis of the themes, symbols, and ideas in his writing, a selection of critical essays, a chronology, and references."
  • "Includes: Satan's Voyage, The Descent from Heaven, Edenic Time, Revolt in the Desert, Samson Agonistes, etc."
  • "Written just after the Restoration period in England, Milton's blank verse epic "Paradise Lost dramatized man's "fortunate fall" from grace and earned him a permanent place in the canon."@en
  • "Esteemed literary critic Harold Bloom calls John Milton the greatest poet of the 17th century and the most powerful in the language after Shakespeare and Chaucer. Milton remains a radical example of the influence of an exemplary mind upon itself. Written just after the Restoration period in England, Milton's blank-verse epic, Paradise Lost, dramatized humankind's "fortunate fall" from grace and earned him a permanent place in the canon. This new entry in the Bloom's Classic Critical Views series looks at Milton throughout the centuries, lending a vital critical eye to this poet, and."@en
  • "Provides insight into six of Milton's most influential works along with a short history of the poet."@en
  • "Offers a brief biography of Milton and discusses the techniques, language, images, and major themes of his works."
  • "One of England's greatest poets, John Milton is acknowledged by admirers and detractors alike for his sublime imaginative works that span heaven and hell, and which include biblical heroes, newsmakers of his time, and the Christian Messiah. Doctor Samuel Johnson praised Milton's "copiousness and variety" as well as his "melodious words" with which he expressed his imagination (and conviction) in memorable verse. A master of the language "in its full extents," Milton defined the norms and values of the English poetic tradition : however unlikely, this seventeenth-century blind Puritan poet became the figure against whom all English successors would measure themselves."

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  • "Aufsatzsammlung"@en
  • "Aufsatzsammlung"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
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  • "John milton : Modern critical views"@en
  • "John Milton's Paradise lost"@en
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  • "John Milton's Paradise Lost"
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  • "John Milton's Paradise lost : a contemporary literary views book"@en
  • "John Milton Modern Critical Reviews"

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