Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost

Ideal and Tragic Epic

Unknown - 1988
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In Paradise Lost, his poetic retelling of the story of Adam and Eve, John Milton sought to create a Christian parallel to the classical works of Homer and Virgil. His achievement remains the undisputed masterpiece of the epic for in English. Francis Blessington's Paradise Lost: Ideal and Tragic Epic clarifies the complexities of the poem and highlights its relevance to our own time as well as Milton's.
Publisher: Boston : Twayne Publishers, c1988.
ISBN: 9780805779691
Branch Call Number: 821 MILTON
Characteristics: xiv, 144 p. : 1 port. ; 23 cm.


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