"Paradise lost: a poem written in ten books. An authoritative text of the 1667 first edition
Vol. 1: "This authoritative text of the first edition of John Milton's Paradise lost transcribes the original 10-book poem, records its textual problems and numerous differences from the second edition, and discusses in critical commentary the importanceof these issues"--Provided by publisher.
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