Persona and Decorum in Milton's Prose

Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1997 - 251페이지
Although recent schools of literary criticism have tended to remove the author from the text, thereby calling into question the value of persona criticism, Sanchez points out that Milton himself argues against the separation of author from persona and against the subordination of author to persona. As literary critic and dramatist in the preface to Samson Agonistes, as bard in Paradise Lost, as orator in Areopagitica, as autobiographer in the prologue to Book II of The Reason of Church Government, as "Author" of Lycidas distinguishing himself in the coda from "th' uncouth swain" - the author inside each of these and other works is clearly observed by the author who stands for a time outside the work.

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I might perhaps leave something so written to aftertimes Historicizing the Prophetic Milton
the main consistence of a true poem Persona and Decorum in Miltons Prose
And joyn thy voice unto the Angel Quire Of Education and the subsequent or indeed rather precedent Relationship of the Prose to the Poetry
as a burning fire shut up in my bones From Polemic to Prophecy in The Reason of Church Government and The Readie and Easie Way
the middling temper of nourishment Biblical Exegesis and the Art of Indeterminate Balance in Tetrachordon
So that from hence we shall not need dispute Toward the Temple in The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates
the search for a more exalted manner of expression Returning to the Wilderness in the Second Defense
sound doctrine dilegently and duely taught Teacher Education and the Pastoral Letters in A Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes and Consi...
with new acquist Of true experience The Failed Revolutionary in the Letter to Heimbach and Samson Agonistes
the worst of superstitions Persona and the Issue of Religious Tolerance in Of True Religion
the benefit which may be had of books promiscuously read The functional ambiguity of Areopagitica

so mindfull of Decorum The Cultic Prophet in Eikonoklastes and Observations upon the Articles of Peace

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