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.
Table of Contents
Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Dubious Battle: Saving the Appearance 2. What Douglas Bush Stood For 3. Satan‘s Heresies in Paradise Regained 4. Sly Milton: The Meaning Lurking in the Context of His Quotations Ambiguous Milton 5. Shakespeare’s Emilia and Milton‘s: The Parameters of Research 6. The Index to the Columbia Milton: Its Virtues and Defects 7. Miltonic Echoes in Elegia VII 8. Justa Edovardo King; Authorial Revision