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  1. Miltons Paradise lost / illustrated by Gustave Dore ; edited with notes and a life of Milton by Henry C. Walsh by John (1608-1674). Dore, Gustave (1832-1883). Walsh, Henry C., ed. Milton, 1888
  2. John Milton - 1608-1674 - A Lecture Delivered In The Parochial Hall - St. Bartholomew's - Dublin - On The Occasion Of Milton's Tercentenary - December 9 - 1908 by John Cooke, 2008-01-31
  3. John Milton: 1608-1674 Exploring His Pilgrimage of Faith (Poets and Prophets) by Ruth Etchells, 1988-09
  4. Paradise Lost. A Poem In Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Fourth Edition, Adorn'd with Sculptures. [bound with] Paradise Regain'd. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes. The Author John Milton. London, Printed by R. E[veringham]. and are to be sold by Randal Taylor near Stationers-Hall. / M DC LXXXVIII [1688] by John (1608-1674) MILTON, 1688
  5. The poetical works of John Milton / edited by Helen Darbishire by John (1608-1674) Milton, 1958-01-01
  6. Poetical works, The. With notes of various authors; and with some account of the life and writings of Milton, derived principally from original documents in her majesty's state-paper office, by Henry John Todd, M.A. chaplain in ordinary to her majesty, a by John 1608-1674 Milton, 1852-01-01
  7. Nova Solyma, the ideal city, or, Jerusalem regained / an anonymous romance written in the time of Charles I., now first drawn from obscurity, and attributed to the illustrious John Milton ; with introduction, translation, literary essays and a bibliograph by John (1608-1674), Gott, Samuel (1613-1671) & Begley, Walter (1845-1905) Milton, 1902-01-01
  8. The poems of John Milton; English, Latin, Greek & Italian, arranged in chronological order with a preface by H. J. C. Grierson - [complete in 2 volumes] by John (1608-1674) Milton, 1925
  9. Paradise Lost. A Poem, in Twelve Books. The author John Milton. The Fifth Edition, With Notes of various Authors, By Thomas Newton, D. D. by John (1608-1674) MILTON, 1761-01-01
  10. PARADISE LOST. A Poem in Twelve Books. With an Introduction and Notes on Its Structure and Meaning by John A. Himes. by John (1608-1674); John A. Himes Milton, 1926-01-01
  11. On the morning of Christs Nativity. Miltons hymn with illustrations by William Blake and a note by Geoffrey Keynes by John (1608-1674) Milton, 1923-01-01
  12. Selected essays: Of education, Areopagitica, the Commonwealth; with early biographies of Milton, introd., and notes. Edited by Laura E. Lockwood by John, 1608-1674 Milton, 2009-10-26
  13. John Milton (1608-1674) (Heritage biographies) by Harold Bickley, 1961
  14. John Milton, 1608-1674 : A Lecture Delivered In The Parochial Hall, St. Bartholomew's, Dublin, On The Occasion Of Milton's Tercentenary by John Cooke, 2009-04-08

1. John Milton (1608-1674)
Music "O Had I Wings" John Milton (16081674) ENGLISH. Sequenced by M. J. Clark.

2. E-Texts Of Milton's "Paradise Lost"
in Context W. W. Norton The Internet Paradise Lost - John Barger 1667 Edition by Book - Michael Bryson Back to Works of Milton Site

3. John Milton (1608-1674)
John Milton (16081674) Widely considered among the five greatest poets in the English language, John Milton was born and educated in London, the

4. John Milton
by name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z by birthday from the calendar. Credits and feedback John Milton (16081674)

5. John Milton
(16081674) John Milton was born 9 December 1608 in Cheapside 1 under the sign of the Spread Eagle 2

6. RPO Selected Poetry Of John Milton (1608-1674)
Selected Poetry of John Milton (16081674)

7. Modern History Sourcebook John Milton (1608-1674) Areopagitica
Modern History Sourcebook John Milton (16081674) Areopagitica 1643

8. San Antonio College LitWeb English Renaissance And Early 17th
Carew ( 15941640 ). Sir Thomas Browne ( 1605-1682 ). Edmund Waller ( 1606-1687 ). John Milton ( 1608-1674 ). Sir John Suckling ( 1609-1642

9. Author Webliography
Milton, John, 16081674 John Milton A Guide to Resources. Author guide focusing on Milton Resources available at the LSU Libraries.

10. Internet Archive Details Paradise Lost As Originally Published
There is no description available for this text . Author Milton, John, 16081674. Language English

11. RPO -- Selected Poetry Of John Milton (1608-1674)
Il Penseroso, L'Allegro, Lycidas, Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and sonnets. From the University of Toronto.
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Selected Poetry of John Milton (1608-1674)
from Representative Poetry On-line
Prepared by members of the Department of English at the University of Toronto
from 1912 to the present and published by the University of Toronto Press from 1912 to 1967.
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Index to poems
Let us no more contend, nor blame
Each other, blam'd enough elsewhere, but strive
In offices of love how we may light'n
Each other's burden in our share of woe,
Since this day's death denounc'd, if aught I see,
Will prove no sudden, but a slow-pac'd evil, A long day's dying, to augment our pain, And to our seed (O hapless seed!) deriv'd. (Paradise Lost: Book X, 958-965)
  • At a Vacation Exercise (excerpt)
  • Comus (excerpt)
  • Il Penseroso
  • L'Allegro
  • Lycidas
  • On the Lord General Fairfax at the Siege of Colchester ...
  • Samson Agonistes (excerpt)
  • Sonnet VII: How soon hath Time, the Subtle Thief of Youth
  • 12. Modern History Sourcebook: John Milton (1608-1674): Areopagitica, 1643
    Full text. Fordham University.
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    John Milton
    Speech For The Liberty Of Unlicensed Printing To The Parliament Of England This is true Liberty when free born men Having to advise the public may speak free, Which he who can, and will, deserv's high praise, Who neither can nor will, may hold his peace; What can be juster in a State than this? Euripid. Hicetid. Introductory Note The name of Milton's speech on the freedom of the press was imitated from that of the "Logos Areopagiticos" of the Athenian orator Isocrates (B.C.436-338), which was also a speech meant to be read, not heard. The oration of Isocrates aimed at re-establishing the old democracy of Athens by restoring the Court of the Areopagus, whence the work derived its title. But the importance of Milton's pamphlet is not to be measured by its effect on the political situation which was its immediate occasion. In his enthusiasm for liberty, the master passion of his life, he rose far above the politics of the hour; and the "Areopagitica" holds its supremacy among his prose writings by virtue of its appeal to fundamental principles, and its triumphant assertion of the faith that all that truth needs to assure its victory over error is a fair field and no favor.
    Order Of The Long Parliament For The Regulating Of Printing, 14 June, 1643

    13. John Milton (1608-1674)
    A site dedicated to John Milton, arguably the best 17th Century English author.
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    Music: "O Had I Wings" : John Milton (1608-1674) ENGLISH.
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    14. John Milton (1608-1674)
    Text of Samuel Johnson's biography of the poet, links, and a brief selection of his works.

    15. John Milton
    (16081674). John Milton was born 9 December 1608 in Cheapside1 under the signof the Spread Eagle2. His father, John Milton, Senior,
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    John "The Lady" Milton
    John Milton was born 9 December 1608 in Cheapside under the sign of the Spread Eagle . His father, John Milton, Senior, was a fairly well-known composer who contributed to a collection of madrigals in honor of Queen Elizabeth . The elder John had been disinherited by his wealthy Roman Catholic family when he decided to go with the flow and turn Protestant. He had the last laugh, though; he managed to become wealthy all on his own. So the younger John had a good education , both because the money was there and because John, Sr. thought his son showed great promise. John was the second of the three children who survived past infancy. He had an older sister named Anne and a younger brother named Christopher, who would eventually become a Royalist, a Catholic, and a lawyer; three things which John would eventually grow to hate John wrote seven or eight poems in Latin while in school , but never at this time seriously considered a career in writing. He read a great deal even beyond his schoolwork as preparation for a career in the Church or perhaps politics. Unfortunately, his eyesight, bad since childhood, was made even worse by all this study, and he frequently suffered terrible headaches

    16. John Milton
    John Milton (16081674). One of the greatest poets of the English language,best-known for his epic poem PARADISE LOST (1667). Milton s powerful, rhetoric
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    B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback John Milton (1608-1674) One of the greatest poets of the English language, best-known for his epic poem PARADISE LOST (1667). Milton's powerful, rhetoric prose and the eloquence of his poetry had an immense influence especially on the 18th-century verse. Besides poems, Milton published pamphlets defending civil and religious rights. "Of Man's first disobedience, and the fruit
    Of that forbidden tree whose mortal taste
    Brought death into the world, and all our woe,
    With loss of Eden."

    (from Paradise Lost John Milton was born in London. His mother Sarah Jeffrey, a very religious person, was the daughter of a merchant sailor. His father, also named John, had risen to prosperity as a scrivener or law writer - he also composed music. The family was wealthy enough to afford a second house in the country. Milton's first teachers were his father, from whom he inherited love for art and music, and the writer Thomas Young, a graduate of St Andrews University. At the age of twelve Milton was admitted to St Paul's School near his home and five years later he entered Christ's College, Cambridge. During this period, while considering himself destined for the ministry, he began to write poetry in Latin, Italian, and English. One of Milton'e earliest works, 'On the Death of a Fair Infant' (1626), was written after his sister Anne Phillips has suffered from a miscarriage. Milton did not adjust to university life. He was called, half in scorn, "The Lady of Christ's", and after starting a fist fight with his tutor, he was expelled for a term. On leaving Cambridge Milton had given up his original plan to become a priest. He adopted no profession but spent six years at leisure in his father's home, writing during that time L'ALLEGRO, IL PENSEROSO (1632), COMUS (1634), and LYCIDAS (1637), written after the death of his friend Edward King. In 1635 the Miltons moved to Horton, Buckinghamshire, where John pursued his studies in Greek, Latin, and Italian. He traveled in France and Italy in the late 1630s, meeting in Paris the jurist and theologian Hugo Grotius and the astronomer Galileo Galilei in Florence - there are references to Galileo's telescope in

    17. Poet Index For Representative Poetry On-line
    Prepared by members of the Department of English at the University of Toronto.
    Poet Index Poem Index Random Search ... Concordance document.writeln(divStyle)
    Poet Index
  • Franklin Pierce Adams
  • Sarah Fuller Adams
  • Joseph Addison
  • Mark Akenside
    Amelia Alderson ( see Amelia Opie
  • Cecil Frances Alexander
    Ellen Alleyne ( see Christina Rossetti
  • William Allingham
    Anodos ( see Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
  • Matthew Arnold
  • Anne Askew
  • John Askham (ca. 1825-1894) B
  • J. E. Ball (fl. 1904-1906)
  • Mary Barber (ca. 1685-1755)
  • Richard Harris Barham
  • Sabine Baring-Gould
  • William Barnes
  • Richard Barnfield (1574-ca. 1620)
    Elizabeth Barrett ( see Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • David Bates
  • Katharine Lee Bates
  • Thomas Bateson (ca. 1570-1630)
  • Joseph Warren Beach
  • James Beattie
  • Francis Beaumont (ca. 1584-1616)
  • Thomas Lovell Beddoes
  • The Venerable Bede
  • Aphra Behn
    Acton Bell (
    Currer Bell (
    Ellis Bell (
  • Arthur Christopher Benson
    Mary Berwick ( see Adelaide Procter
  • Ambrose Bierce
  • Robert Blair
  • William Blake
    Phyllis Bloom ( see Phyllis Gotlieb
  • Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
  • Louise Bogan
  • Francis William Bourdillon
  • A. P. Bowen (fl. 1918-1919)
  • William Lisle Bowles
  • Gamaliel Bradford
  • Anne Bradstreet (ca. 1612-1672) Tabitha Bramble ( see Mary Robinson
  • Nicholas Breton (ca. 1554-after 1625)
  • 18. Poem Title Index For Representative Poetry On-line
    Footnoted text provides interpretation and critical apparatus with historical background.
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    Poem Title Index
  • 1914 I. Peace
  • 1914 II. Safety
  • 1914 III. The Dead
  • 1914 IV. The Dead ...
  • Absalom and Achitophel: The Second Part (excerpt)
  • Absence, Hear thou my Protestation
  • Abt Vogler
  • Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas
  • An Account of the Greatest English Poets (excerpt)
  • Acon and Rhodope; or, Inconstancy
  • Adam and Eve
  • Adam Lay Ibounden
  • Addiction ...
  • Ae Fond Kiss
  • (excerpt)
  • The Aeneid (excerpt)
  • Afar in the Desert
  • The Affliction (I)
  • The Affliction of Richard
  • Africadian Petition (1783) ...
  • An After-Poem
  • After-Thought see Sonnets from The River Duddon: After-Thought
  • Afton Water
  • Again at Christmas did we Weave see In Memoriam A. H. H.:
  • Against Evil Company
  • Against Idleness and Mischief
  • The Age Demanded ...
  • Alas! so all Things now do Hold their Peace
  • Alas, 'tis True I have Gone here and there see Sonnet CX: Alas, 'tis True I have Gone here and there
  • Alastor; or, The Spirit of Solitude
  • Albion's England (excerpt)
  • Alexander's Feast
  • All the Hills and Vales Along
  • All Things Bright and Beautiful see Maker of Heaven and Earth
  • Almond Blossom
  • "Alone"
  • Along the field as we came by see A Shropshire Lad XXVI: Along the field as we came by
  • Along with Youth
  • An Alphabet of Famous Goops ...
  • Amaze
  • Amazing Grace see Faith's Review and Expectation
  • America
  • America
  • America ...
  • America: A Prophecy (excerpt)
  • America the Beautiful
  • American Poets: Longfellow
  • Among the Rocks
  • Amoretti III: The Sovereign Beauty ...
  • Anacreontics (excerpt)
  • An Anatomy of the World (excerpt)
  • Ancient Music
  • The Ancient World
  • And If I Did, What Then?
  • 19. John Milton - Biography And Works
    John Milton (16081674), English poet, famous for his Epic work Paradise Lost (1667).Milton was born in London on December 9, 1609 as the son of a wealthy
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    Milton was born in London on December 9, 1609 as the son of a wealthy notary. He was educated at St. Paul's School. Milton received a Masters degree from Cambridge University in 1632. In 1638, he undertook a European tour where he met many of the major thinkers of the day, especially in Italy.
    On his return to England, Milton became a Puritan, and an opponent of the Catholics and of the Stuarts. He was also an ardent polemicist, a follower of Cromwell, and the latter's foreign language secretary. In 1652 he became completely blind. His first wife died in 1652 and he remarried in 1656.
    After the restoration of the Stuarts he suffered considerable persecution. He withdrew from active participation in politics and concentrated on his poetry. Paradise Lost was published in 1667, followed by

    20. Milton, John (1608-1674)
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