The Harmonious Vision: Studies in Milton's Poetry

Johns Hopkins Press, 1970 - 146 pagina's
"One of the central concerns that engaged John Milton's poetic imagination was the vision given to man when he had put his own inner music in harmony with that of God. In The Harmonious Vision Professor Allen uses this theme as a means of explicating Milton's poetry and of understanding his artistic intent. As the author leads the readers through Milton's "L'Allegro" and "Il Penseroso" "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity," "Lycidas," Samson Agonistes, Paradise Lost, and Paradise Regained, he shows the development both of Milton as a poet and of the idea of the harmonious vision in the poetry itself."--Jacket.

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