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Das verlorene Paradies Das verlorene Paradies Das wiedergewonnene Paradies Simson der K mpfer Ausgew hlte Gedichte Areopagitica eine Rede f r die Lehnbesitztum der K nige und Obrigkeiten The first one volume anthology of John Milton s complete poetry and selected prose to be published in over years The Riverside Milton reflects the highest quality and most current scholarship As e
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  • Author: John Milton Daniel Lehmann Alexander Schmidt Wilhelm Bernhardi Bernhard Schuhmann Hermann Ulrich
  • ISBN: 9783861507062
  • Page: 439
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  • The first one volume anthology of John Milton s complete poetry and selected prose to be published in over 30 years, The Riverside Milton reflects the highest quality and most current scholarship As editor of The Milton Quarterly for 30 years, Roy Flannagan is uniquely qualified to survey Milton s work Outstanding pedagogy includes a comprehensive index designed to helpThe first one volume anthology of John Milton s complete poetry and selected prose to be published in over 30 years, The Riverside Milton reflects the highest quality and most current scholarship As editor of The Milton Quarterly for 30 years, Roy Flannagan is uniquely qualified to survey Milton s work Outstanding pedagogy includes a comprehensive index designed to help students from undergraduate to graduate levels conceive paper topics factual introductions extensive annotations with references margin definitions and a chronology, dedicated and general bibliographies.
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    1. John Milton Daniel Lehmann Alexander Schmidt Wilhelm Bernhardi Bernhard Schuhmann Hermann Ulrich says:

      John Milton was an English poet, polemicist, man of letters, and a civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell He wrote at a time of religious flux and political upheaval, and is best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost 1667 , written in blank verse.Milton s poetry and prose reflect deep personal convictions, a passion for freedom and self determination, and the urgent issues and political turbulence of his day Writing in English, Latin, Greek, and Italian, he achieved international renown within his lifetime, and his celebrated Areopagitica 1644 written in condemnation of pre publication censorship is among history s most influential and impassioned defenses of free speech and freedom of the press.William Hayley s 1796 biography called him the greatest English author, and he remains generally regarded as one of the preeminent writers in the English language, though critical reception has oscillated in the centuries since his death often on account of his republicanism Samuel Johnson praised Paradise Lost as a poem whichwith respect to design may claim the first place, and with respect to performance, the second, among the productions of the human mind, though he a Tory and recipient of royal patronage described Milton s politics as those of an acrimonious and surly republican.Because of his republicanism, Milton has been the subject of centuries of British partisanship.

    2. Paradise Lost Le paradis perdu First class book Milton is a born genius He was a blind when he dictated his Paradise lost to his daughter In this sense his blindness and his creativity goes in pair with that mythic one, that of Homer s Written in blankverse In the right British tradition Moral, Christan, Puritan Question of God Milton was Cromwell s secretary His Paradise lost is about the Authority in epic allegorical style It is a human epic, there is no a super hero, a supernatural one, apart [...]

    3. John Milton was an amazing man did you know that he read every single book in print at the time of his life Not many, granted, but still There s a lot of good stuff in here, but really you could skip it all if you just read Paradise Lost, Milton s epic poem about the Fall of Lucifer from Heaven and Adam and Eve from Eden I read it as a part of a college class my sopho year, and it totally ignited a enduring fascination with the Fall and its consequences It is an epic poem, which means that it re [...]

    4. It took them long enough to put this together The footnotes are a little bit eccentric, but its still nice to have all the puritan bastard s works in one place.

    5. A vast, heavy, expensive, and cumbersome book but also the best overall survey of Milton s literary output ever brought together in one volume Overall, Roy Flannagan did a masterful job on this book and it s clear it was very much a labor of love Some of his footnotes seem overly lengthy but all the same, there are real gems in these notes that are absent from other scholarship I ve encountered on Milton There is a feeling of triumph in being able to approach Milton in one volume and know you re [...]

    6. For books are not absolutely dead things, but do contain a potency of life in them to be as active as that soul whose progeny they are nay, they do preserve as in a vial the purest efficacy and extraction of that living intellect that bred them.As good almost kill a man as kill a good book who kills a man kills a reasonable creature, God s image but he who destroys a good book, kills reason itself, kills the image of God, as it were, in the eye.And though all the winds of doctrine were let loose [...]

    7. Between January 1st 2006 and January 14th 2010 I undertook to read The Riverside Milton, beginning with Paradise Lost and then going back to read the rest of Milton s works in the order presented by Riverside I am in awe Milton may well be the Vergil of the English tongue his philosophy and theology as important as his art It gave great pleasure to read even juvenalia and correspondence of Milton s the only time I did not find pure delight with him was in his dense theological treatises, which w [...]

    8. This is the edition from which I was introduced to Milton It is edited by Roy C Flannagan The Riverside Milton contains the complete works of John Milton poetry and prose and is densely annotated, but many of Flannagan s notes though he does appear to want to present opposing views to his own state as fact several points mainly concerning Milton s theodicy and his views on freewill and determinism which are still up for grabs, for this reader This is a great introductory edition for readers who [...]

    9. Yep, I m a dork, but I d give this one six stars if I could Except for the footnotes on Lycidas No, Mr Flannagan, I do NOT need to know that much about the composition history of the poem, I just need you to define strange words for me and unpack Milton s archaic references Used this book for my first Milton centric English class and fell even further in love with Milton in the process Found myself even coming to like the editor, whose footnotes possess the occasional personal quirk when you d l [...]

    10. If you ve never picked up JM before, now is your chance to own the best collection you ll ever find complete with excellent footnotes and a hilarious cutting remark from Milton himself regarding his own portait that s featured at the front of this book This is the volume we used to learn about Milton s works in our Poetry of Milton class with John Rumrich at UT Austin This was my absolute FAVORITE class during my five years at UT Damn, graduation s a bitch.

    11. I really enjoyed Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained There were some parts that dragged, and it s a lot of work to read and understand it Like Shakespeare, the you read it, the easier it gets The Adam and Eve characters are quite interesting and for that reason alone make these stories worth reading Paradise Lost is a rather insightful work regarding The Fall and Adam and Eve.

    12. I was not the best Milton student by any stretch of the imagination, but I survived total immersion fairly well Oh, Comus Oh, Areopagitica Really, Paradise Lost is what saves it all.

    13. Read for Dr Donnelly s Milton course at Baylor Spring 2014 Paradise Lost, Areopagitica, Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, and Treatise of Civil Power were on my list for prelims.

    14. I thought that if I gave Milton another try, I d finally like him Maybe I m still not mature enough to enjoy the density of his work I appreciate Milton s contribution to literature and I think his rants against Catholicism are hilarious, but he bores me into deep sleeps time and time again.

    15. Textbook for Harp s Milton course Spring 2011Paradise LostParadise RegainedSamson ArgonostisLycidusSonnetsProse

    16. To be honest, I only read Samson Agonistes and only for class Maybe one day I ll go back and read Paradise Lost and Regained.

    17. Skimmed Not my bag Granted, I know jack about judeo xian anything so most references meant nothing to me His thoughts on education an academy of 150 persons were interesting.

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