Living Texts: Interpreting Milton
The essays in this collection are a testimony to Milton's claim that books doe contain a potencie of life in them to be as active as that soule was whose progeny they are. They are proof that Milton's progeny, whether poetry or prose, continue to inspire readers to investigate and interpret, and that even the poet himself is at times the subject of scrutiny. Although these essays examine issues as widely diverse as the reliability of Adam's narration to Raphael and the portrayal of chaos in Paradise Lost to the poet's role as an object of erotic attention in the nineteenth century, all suggest that Milton's are still living texts.
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Afterthoughts on Adams Story
John Milton Object of the Erotic Gaze?
Cesarean Section and the Birth of Eve
John Miltons Social Contract
The Evil Eye in Paradise Lost Book 4
Miltons Use of the Helen Episode Aeneid 256788
Theosis and Paideia in the Writings of Gregory of Nyssa and the Prelapsarian Books of Miltons Paradise Lost
Milton Lucretius and the Void Profound of Unessential Night
Of Chaos and Nightingales
The Confounded Confusion of Chaos
The Amyraldian Connection
Miltons Heterodoxy of the Incarnation and Subjectivity in De Doctrina Christiana and Paradise Lost
Miltons Of True Religion and Antipapist Sentiment
List of Contributors
Riding the Hebrew Word Web
The Central Naturalistic Narrative and the Allegorical Dimension to Paradise Lost
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