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Milton studies XLVI

Author: Albert C Labriola
Publisher: Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.
Series: Milton studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Contains nine essays that focus on "Paradise Lost", "Samson Agonistes", and selected major prose works such as "Areopagitica" and "The Second Defense of The English People".

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: John Milton; John Milton; John Milton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albert C Labriola
ISBN: 0822942895 9780822942894
OCLC Number: 493472395
Description: 1 v. (209 pages) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Obedience in Of education and Paradise lost / Jeffrey Gore --
Choosing death: Adam's temptation to martyrdom in Paradise lost / Margaret Justice Dean --
"The wandring heads of Galileans": moral and kinematic relativity in Paradise lost / J. Christopher Warner --
Sinuous rhythms and serpentine lines: Milton, the Baroque, and the English landscape garden revisited / Dirk den Hartog --
"A nice and philosophical account of the origin of all things": accommodation in Burnet's Sacred theory (1681) and Paradise lost / Kevin Killeen --
Royal Samson / Clay Daniel --
Reading Samson in the new American century / Feisal G. Mohamed --
Areopagitica and the tolerationist rhetorics of the 1640s / James Egan --
Quid nomine populi intelligi velimus: defining the "people" in The second defense / Hugh Jenkins.
Series Title: Milton studies.
Other Titles: Obedience in Of education and Paradise lost / Jeffrey Gore.
Choosing death: Adam's temptation to martyrdom in Paradise lost / Margaret Justice Dean.
"Wandring heads of Galileans": moral and kinematic relativity in Paradise lost / J. Christopher Warner.
Sinuous rhythms and serpentine lines: Milton, the Baroque, and the English landscape garden revisited / Dirk den Hartog.
"A nice and philosophical account of the origin of all things": accommodation in Burnet's Sacred theory (1681) and Paradise lost / Kevin Killeen.
Royal Samson / Clay Daniel.
Reading Samson in the new American century / Feisal G. Mohamed.
Areopagitica and the tolerationist rhetorics of the 1640s / James Egan.
Quid nomine populi intelligi velimus: defining the "people" in The second defense / Hugh Jenkins.
Responsibility: edited by Albert C. Labriola.

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