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John Milton for the Liberty of Unlicenc'd Printing, to the Parlament of England (1644) as well as saving man against Christian dogma of his time by publishing his controversial works, namely on The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (1643).
John Milton for his sensitive Service and to Coyne Bros.
John Milton (9 December 1608 - 8 November 1674) was an English poet, polemicist, man of letters, and a civil servant for the Commonwealth of England under Oliver Cromwell.
Fans feared his latest release, The Argument, based on John Milton's Paradise Lost, would be a bit patchy, but with Milton as his muse, Hart seems more focused than ever.
Bryson (English, California State U.) argues that John Milton held heterodox views about the nature of God, His relationship to humans, the fate of the soul, and their meaning for human politics.
John Milton's poems Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained are considered to be among the greatest pieces of writing in the English language.
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John Milton, Paradise Lost: The Biblically Annotated Edition appears in paperback and is a recommended pick for any literary college-level biblical school.
John Milton (Cage) is a vengeful father in a turbo-charged '69 Dodge Charger who will move heaven and earth to track down the satanic cult leader who murdered his daughter and wants to sacrifice his granddaughter.
A RUDE poem attributed to pious Paradise Lost author John Milton has been uncovered by academics.
Over what matter did Charles I and John Milton engage in a war of words following the reprint of a book by the king's father, James I?
This volume may be seen as a companion to O.U.P.'s new eleven-volume Complete Works of John Milton. This new venture is built upon renewed interest which now includes Milton's prose works and this Handbook, with 38 scholarly essays, is built on that same foundation.
Wickenheiser Collection of John Milton at the University of South Carolina.
John Milton Earle (1894-1874) must be spinning in his grave.
Relatively modern lore concerning angels, such as their presence in classical works such as John Milton's "Paradise Lost", Dante Aligheri's "Divine Comedy", and Wolfgang von Goethe's "Faust" is also contemplated with highlights.