Milton's Kinesthetic Vision in Paradise Lost
The author demonstrates that the apparent contradictions in the poetic, dramatic, and conceptual framework of Paradise Lost are purposive, indeed central, to Milton's kinesthetic poetics.
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The Poetics of Miltons Counterplot
The Meditative Modes
A Modal Reading of Paradise Lost
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