Paradise lost: and Paradise regained

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New American Library, 1968 - Poetry - 396 pages
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User Review  - 06nwingert - LibraryThing

Paradise Lost is an epic poem in the same tradition of Homer, Virgil, Dante and Shakespeare. Milton, like many of his time, wrote about (or against) religion, thus incurring the wrath of the church ... Read full review

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User Review  - MissWoodhouse1816 - LibraryThing

Truly inspiring. If you told me 10 years ago that I would love teaching these poems, I'd have laughed in your face. But Milton has a beautiful way of taking a few, sparse Bible verses and turning them ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
vii
A General Note on the Text
xxxi
A Note on This Edition
xxxiii
Chronology
xxxv
Selected Bibliography
xxxviii
PARADISE LOST
43
The Verse
45
Book I
46
Book VII
199
Book VIII
217
Book IX
235
Book X
267
Book XI
298
Book XII
322
PARADISE REGAINED
341
Book I
343

Book II
69
Book HI
98
Book IV
119
Book V
149
Book VI
174
Book II
356
Book III
369
Book IV
380
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