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Synonyms for prolusion

a short introductory essay preceding the text of a book

exercising in preparation for strenuous activity

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I had been struck when we read Prolusion VI, an end-of-semester Latin oration Milton delivered, that he had a great sense of humor.
13) From his early days at Cambridge where he wrote his third Prolusion titled An Attack on the Scholastic Philosophy, until his publication of The Likeliest Means to Remove Hirelings Out of the Church in 1659 toward the end of his public career in politics, Milton condemned theological arguments conducted by way of "scholastical trash" (CPW 7:317).
elegies, an eminently capable sixth prolusion, various smaller poems and
His earliest reference is in his third prolusion, "On the Harmony of the Spheres," which he wrote while a student at Christ's College, Cambridge, between 1625 and 1632.