Milton Re-viewed: Ten Essays
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First published in 1991. These ten essays by the distinguished Milton scholar Edward Le Comte examines the various themes, context and structure of Milton’s poetry and prose, including particular focus on both Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained. This title will be of great interest to students of John Milton and English Literature.
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ultimately have to make a response, is the belief that great poets parody
themselves, that, as was still assumed in Barrow's time, not only was Virgil the
author of Culex but The Battle of the Frogs and Mice (Batrachomyomachia) was
751), or “A Wonderful Description of the Dreadful and Destructive Terrestrial
Thunder” (l.584). Dryden had elevated Milton above Homer and Virgil in his “
Epigram” for the fourth edition of Paradise Lost. In this sixth edition Hume quotes
The second Day's Engagement is apt to startle an Imagination, which has not
been raised and qualified for such a Description, by the Reading of the ancient
Poets, and of Homer in particular....Such Engines were the only Instruments [
... Waldock complains of inconsistent alternation of matter and spirit.52 But it is
characteristic of this most competitive, and most inclusive, of poets both to have
the Aonian mount and soar above it, to draw on Homer and to out-Homer Homer.
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