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By Angelica Duran
With brevity, intensity, and accessibility, this ebook is helping readers to understand the works of John Milton, and to appreciate the nice impression they've got had on literature and different disciplines.Presents new and authoritative essays through across the world revered Milton scholarsExplains how and why Milton’s works tested their important position within the English literary canonStructured chronologically round Milton’s significant worksAlso incorporates a decide on bibliography and a chronology detailing Milton’s lifestyles and works along correct global eventsIdeal as a primary serious paintings on Milton
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Such inﬂuence from a line or an image is frequent in nineteenth- and twentieth-century art, such as Samuel Palmer’s or H. M. O’Kane’s. Milton’s poems have repeatedly been rendered musically as well: through settings of the texts, stage adaptations, operas and oratorios, and compositions inspired by the subject. Only a very few can be mentioned here. ” Andrew Marvell objected to the “tinkling Rhime” that 29 John T. ” As we move to the European Continent, we ﬁnd Jean-Nicholas Servandoni’s setting Le Chute des anges rebelles [The Fall of the Rebellious Angels] (1758).
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A Concise Companion to Milton (Concise Companions to Literature and Culture) by Angelica Duran