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The Pattern of Invocation in Miltons Poetry
Voice and Crisis
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Adam adventure allusion apotropaic beginning blind call upon thee Christian classical Columbia edition crisis dark defense divine dramatic echoes Eliade enemies epic invocations epic poetry evil dayes example father final Greek Harp and Voice hast hath heart and pure Heav'n Heav'nly Muse human voice hymn imagination inspiration invocation to Book invocation to light invocations of Paradise invokes James Hastings John Burnaby John Milton L'Allegro Lament Logology Lord Lycidas lyric man's Martz Milton's epic Milton's invocations Milton's poetry Mircea Eliade mood Muse Nativity Orpheus Paradise Lost Paradise Regained passage pastoral Patrem pattern Penseroso Pindar poem poem's poet poet's poetic praise prayer Prologue prose psalmist Psalms reader Reason of Church Samson Agonistes Satan secret seems sense Shamanism sing song soul spirit stanza Stygian sublime theme thir thou Tillyard tion tradition trans transcendent translation triumph turn University Press unto upright heart Urania verse vision vocation words