The Critical Response to John Milton's Paradise Lost
The volume is organized in chapters devoted to particular centuries. Each chapter then presents a selection of reviews and critical essays from that period. Thus the reader is able to read the 17th-century responses of Samuel Barrow, John Dryden, and Joseph Addison; the 18th-century reactions of Alexander Pope, Samuel Johnson, and William Blake; the 19th-century reactions of British Romantic and Victorian poets; and the 20th-century contributions of major scholars such as E.M.W. Tillyard, Stanley Fish, Louis Martz, and Northrop Frye. The volume closes with a sampling of Milton's own comments about Paradise Lost and the epic, and a selected bibliography of major editions, reference works, and critical studies.
Imagination and the Presence of Shakespeare in " Paradise Lost . ” Madison : U of Wisconsin P , 1985 . Swaim , Kathleen M. Before and After the Fall : Contrasting Modes in “ Paradise Lost . " Amherst : U of Massachusetts P , 1986 .
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