By Angelica Duran
With brevity, intensity, and accessibility, this booklet is helping readers to understand the works of John Milton, and to appreciate the good impact they've got had on literature and different disciplines.Presents new and authoritative essays by way of across the world revered Milton scholarsExplains how and why Milton’s works verified their primary position within the English literary canonStructured chronologically round Milton’s significant worksAlso incorporates a pick out bibliography and a chronology detailing Milton’s existence and works along appropriate global eventsIdeal as a primary severe paintings on Milton
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Kishlansky, Mark A. (1979). The Rise of the New Model Army. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 23 Robert Thomas Fallon Lieb, Michael (2002). ” Milton Studies 41: 172–230. Manning, Brian (1976). The English People and the English Revolution, 1640– 1649. London: Heinemann. Milton, John (1953–82). Complete Prose Works of John Milton [CPW ]. Edited by Don M. Wolfe. 8 vols. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. Milton, John (1957). John Milton, Complete Poems and Major Prose. Edited by Merritt Y.
Wolfe. 8 vols. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. Milton, John (1957). John Milton, Complete Poems and Major Prose. Edited by Merritt Y. Hughes. New York: Odyssey Press. Morrill, John (1993). The Nature of the English Revolution. London: Longman. Wedgwood, C. V. (1955). The King’s Peace, 1637–1641. New York: Macmillan. Wedgwood, C. V. (1959). The King’s War, 1641–1647. New York: Macmillan. Wolfe, Don M. (1941). Milton and the Puritan Revolution. New York: T. Nelson and Sons. 24 The Legacy of John Milton’s Works Chapter 2 “Shedding sweet inﬂuence”: The Legacy of John Milton’s Works John T.
The inﬂuence of the Regent of Day is “shed,” that is, “divided,” “scattered” as its etymology (from Old English “sceaden”) tells us, through those “thousand thousand Starrs” which the Moon “dividual” holds. This single word, “shed,” means that those thousand lesser lights, whose rays are reﬂections of the bright rays of the Sun, are “divided,” “scattered,” like the extensive and varied inﬂuences from Milton one ﬁnds everywhere, some directly, some by reﬂected/borrowed/subtle light. 148–52). 510–13).
A Concise Companion to Milton (Concise Companions to Literature and Culture) by Angelica Duran