Paradise Lost is the greatest work by one of the greatest poets in English literature and here, finally, is the long awaited Second Edition of Alastair Fowler's annotated edition, originally published in 1968, which has become the most authoritative guide to this great work and to the critical analysis that it has prompted. This important new edition is based on the First Edition of Paradise Lost (1667) which is now widely accepted as being closer to Milton's intention and is more accurate than the 1664 edition. However, Fowler maintains the detailed annotation that has for many years provided an interesting and comprehensive explanation to this difficult but compelling poem.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cyderry - LibraryThing
I wasn't exactly sure what I was getting myself into, but this telling of the creation and the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise was entertaining even though the writing was a bit different from ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Calavari - LibraryThing
Okay, I only read part of it, and it was for college. It was incredibly well written and entertaining. My only issue is the complete lack of biblical credibility. It's LOOSELY based on the three ... Read full review
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