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The poetical works of John Milton

Author: John Milton; David Masson; Nathan Haskell Dole
Publisher: Honolulu, Hawaii : University Press of the Pacific, 2001.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Milton; David Masson; Nathan Haskell Dole
ISBN: 0898752086 9780898752083
OCLC Number: 50914990
Notes: "Reprinted from the 1892 edition."--T.p. verso.
Description: xxi, 618 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Paradise Lost: --
Introduction I Earliest editions of the poem --
gI Origin of the poem and history of its composition --
III Scheme and meaning of the poem --
Author's preface on "The Verse" --
Commentary verses, prefixed to the second edition --
Text of the poem: Book I --
Book II --
Book III --
Book IV --
Book V --
Book VI --
Book VII --
Book VIII --
Book IX --
Book X --
Book XI --
Book XII --
Paradise Regained: Introduction --
Text of the poem: Book I --
Book II --
Book III --
Book IV --
Samson Agonites: Introduction The Author's preface: "Of that sort if dramatic poem called tragedy" --
The Argument and the persons --
Text of the poem --
Minor poems: --
General Introduction Introductions to the poems severally: Part I Introductions to the English poems --
Part II Introductions to the Latin poems --
Moseley's preface to the edition of 1645 --
Text of the poems --
Part I The English poems: Paraprases on Psalms CXIV and CXXXVI --
On the death of a fair infant dying of a cough --
At a vacation exercise in the college --
On the morning of Christ's nativity --
Upon the circumcision --
The Passion --
On time --
At a solemn music --
Song on May morning --
On Shakespeare --
On the university carrier --
Another on t he same --
An Epitaph on the Marchioness of Windsor --
L'Allegro --
Il Penseroso --
Arcades --
Comus: a masque presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634 --
Lawe's dedication of the editon of 1637 --
Sir Henry Wotton's commendatory letter of 1638 --
The Persons --
Text of the Masque --
Lycidas --
Sonnets and kindred pieces: --
Sonnet I To the nightingale --
Sonnet II On his having arrived at the age of twenty-three --
Sonnet III Donna leggiadra, &c --
Sonnet IV Qual in colle aspro, &c --
Canzone --
Sonnet V Diodati (e te 'l dirò, &c) --
Sonnet VI Per certo, &c --
Sonnet VII Giovane, piano. &c --
Sonnet VIII When the assault was intended to the city --
Sonnet IX To a lady --
Sonnet X To the Lady Margaret Ley --
Sonnet XI On the detraction which followed upon my writing certain treatises --
Sonnet XII On the same --
On the new forcers of conscience --
Sonnet XIII To Mr. H. Lawes in his airs --
Sonnet XIV On the religious memory of Mrs. Catherine Thomson --
Sonnet XV On the Lord General Fairfax --
Sonnet XVI To the Lord General Cromwell --
Sonnet XVII To Sir Henry Vane the younger --
Sonnet XVIII On the late massacre in Piedmont --
Sonnet XIX On his blindness --
Sonnet XX To Mr. Lawrence --
Sonnet XXI To Cyriack Skinner --
Sonnet XXII To the same --
Sonnet XXIII To the memory of second wife. Translations --
The Fifth ode of Horace. L:b.i --
Nine of the psalms done into metre, 1648 --
Psalm LXXX --
Psalm LXXXI --
Psalm LXXXIL --
Psalm LXXXIII --
Psalm LXXXIV --
Psalm LXXXV --
Psalm LXXXVI --
Psalm LXXXVII --
Psalm LXXXVIII --
Eight of the Psalms done into verse, 1653 --
Psalm I --
Psalm II --
Psalm III --
Psalm IV --
Psalm V --
Psalm VI --
Psalm VII --
Psalm VIII --
Scraps from the prose writings --
Part II The --
Latin poems --
De auctore testimonia --
Elegiarum liber --
Elegia I Ad carolum diodatum --
Elegia II In obitum præconis academici cantabrigriensis --
Elegia III In obitum præsulis wintoniensis --
Elegia IV Ad thomam junium, præceptorem suum --
Elegia V In adventum veris --
Elegia VI Ad carolum diodatum, ruri commorantem --
Elegia VII Anno ætatis undevigesimo --
In prositionem bombardicam --
In eandem --
In eandem --
In eandem --
In inventorum bombarde --
Ad leonoram romæ canentem --
Ad eandem --
Ad eandem --
Apologus de rustico et hero --
De Moro --
Ad christinam, suecorum, nomine Cromwell --
Sylvarum liber --
In obitum procancellarii Medici --
In quintum Novembris --
In obitum præsulis eliensis --
Naturam non pati senium --
De idea platonica quemadmodum Aritoteles intellexit --
Ad patrem --
Greek verses --
Psalm CXIV --
Philosophus ad regem quendam --
In effigiei ejus sculptorem --
Ad salsillum, poetam Romanum, ægrotantem --
Mansus --
Epitaphium damonis --
Ad joannem rousium, oxoniensis, academiæ bibliothecarium --
In salmasii hundredam --
In salmasium.
Responsibility: with introductions by David Masson ; biographical sketch by Nathan Haskell Dole.

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