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Volume 35 of "Milton Studies" presents seven interpretations of Milton's poetry, ranging from "Comus" and "Lycidas" to "Paradise Lost" and "Paradise Regained". The essays on patriarchal economy in "Comus" and on the revised epilogues to that masque re-evaluate Milton's early career. Three essays focus on "Paradise Lost": the first re-examines Milton's Chaos from the complementary standpoints of physics and metaphysics; the second analyzes the literary genres that highlight a solitary female figure in a pastoral landscape as contexts for understanding Milton's Eve; and the third compares and contrasts four artists' visual representations of the dinner in the Garden of Eden. Rounding off the collection is a study of the paradoxical interplay of silence and speech in "Paradise Regained". Contributors include: Julie H. Kim; Nancy Lindheim; Michael Dietz; Catherine Gimelli Martin; Donald M. Friedman; Wendy Furman; Virginia Tufte; and Ken Simpson.

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Book Description University of Pittsburgh Press, United States, 1998. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 238 x 154 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Volume 35 of Milton Studies presents seven interpretations of Milton s poetry, ranging from Comus and Lycidas to Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained . The essays on patriarchal economy in Comus and on the revised epilogues to that masque re-evaluate Milton s early career. Three essays focus on Paradise Lost : the first re-examines Milton s Chaos from the complementary standpoints of physics and metaphysics; the second analyzes the literary genres that highlight a solitary female figure in a pastoral landscape as contexts for understanding Milton s Eve; and the third compares and contrasts four artists visual representations of the dinner in the Garden of Eden. Rounding off the collection is a study of the paradoxical interplay of silence and speech in Paradise Regained . Contributors include: Julie H. Kim; Nancy Lindheim; Michael Dietz; Catherine Gimelli Martin; Donald M. Friedman; Wendy Furman; Virginia Tufte; and Ken Simpson. Bookseller Inventory # AAG9780822940388

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Book Description University of Pittsburgh Press. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Milton Studies: Vol 35, Albert C. Labriola, Volume 35 of "Milton Studies" presents seven interpretations of Milton's poetry, ranging from "Comus" and "Lycidas" to "Paradise Lost" and "Paradise Regained". The essays on patriarchal economy in "Comus" and on the revised epilogues to that masque re-evaluate Milton's early career. Three essays focus on "Paradise Lost": the first re-examines Milton's Chaos from the complementary standpoints of physics and metaphysics; the second analyzes the literary genres that highlight a solitary female figure in a pastoral landscape as contexts for understanding Milton's Eve; and the third compares and contrasts four artists' visual representations of the dinner in the Garden of Eden. Rounding off the collection is a study of the paradoxical interplay of silence and speech in "Paradise Regained". Contributors include: Julie H. Kim; Nancy Lindheim; Michael Dietz; Catherine Gimelli Martin; Donald M. Friedman; Wendy Furman; Virginia Tufte; and Ken Simpson. Bookseller Inventory # B9780822940388

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Book Description University of Pittsburgh Press, United States, 1998. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 238 x 154 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Volume 35 of Milton Studies presents seven interpretations of Milton s poetry, ranging from Comus and Lycidas to Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained . The essays on patriarchal economy in Comus and on the revised epilogues to that masque re-evaluate Milton s early career. Three essays focus on Paradise Lost : the first re-examines Milton s Chaos from the complementary standpoints of physics and metaphysics; the second analyzes the literary genres that highlight a solitary female figure in a pastoral landscape as contexts for understanding Milton s Eve; and the third compares and contrasts four artists visual representations of the dinner in the Garden of Eden. Rounding off the collection is a study of the paradoxical interplay of silence and speech in Paradise Regained . Contributors include: Julie H. Kim; Nancy Lindheim; Michael Dietz; Catherine Gimelli Martin; Donald M. Friedman; Wendy Furman; Virginia Tufte; and Ken Simpson. Bookseller Inventory # AAG9780822940388

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