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|Additional Physical Format:||Originally produced:
National Geographic Television & Film, 2010
|Material Type:||Clipart/images/graphics, Videorecording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Films on Demand.; Films Media Group.|
|Notes:||Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 08, 2010).
"Patterned on Greek and Roman classics, yet achieving a voice of its own by defying the strict dictates of classical subject matter, Milton's epic poem is a masterpiece of monumental proportions. His diverse and often awesome use of language creates an effect as surreal and powerful as Dante's Inferno. This program features probing analysis by Professors Thomas Winnifrith, University of Warwick, and Robert Wilcher, University of Birmingham. Topics include Milton's creation of hell as one of the great imaginative accomplishments of literature. Also examined are the poem's anti-Catholic tone; the use of the Narcissus myth; the weak, headmaster-like characterization of God; Eve as the strong, archetypal woman; Satan as hero; and criticism of Milton as a misogynist. A brief biography of Milton highlights philosophical debates of the period. (30 minutes)."
|Description:||1 streaming video (30 minutes.)|
|Details:||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Contents:||Dam Waters Unleashed (3:08) --
Wetlands at Risk (5:02) --
Dam Builders and the Environment (3:33) --
Flood Impact on Marsh Deer (1:59) --
Rescue Work and Time Limitations (2:54) --
Fishermen: End of an Era (2:52) --
Death of the Wetlands (2:41) --
Final Rescue Attempts (1:49) --
New Home for Rescued Monkeys (3:17).
- Water -- Environmental aspects.
- Power resources -- Environmental aspects.
- Nature -- Effect of human beings on.
- Natural resources -- Management.
- Land use -- Environmental aspects.
- Human geography -- Environmental aspects.
- Human ecology.
- Environmental geography.
- Energy development.
- Energy consumption.
- Community ecology.
- Biotic communities.
- Biodiversity conservation.