By Thomas N. Corns
A New significant other to Milton builds at the critically-acclaimed unique, bringing alive the varied and arguable global of up to date Milton stories whereas reflecting the very most up-to-date advances in study within the field.
- Comprises 36 robust readings of Milton's texts and the contexts within which they have been created, each one written via a number one scholar
- Retains 28 of the award-winning essays from the 1st variation, revised and up to date to mirror the latest research
- Contains a brand new part exploring Milton's international effect, in China, India, Japan, Korea, in Spanish conversing American and the Arab-speaking world
- Includes 8 thoroughly new full-length essays, each one of which engages heavily with Milton's poetic oeuvre, and a brand new chronology which units Milton's lifestyles and paintings within the context of his age
- Explores literary creation and cultural ideologies, problems with politics, gender and faith, person Milton texts, and responses to Milton over time
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A New Companion to Milton (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture) by Thomas N. Corns