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  • John Milton's Paradise Lost *
  • Contents v
  • Editor's Note vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Milton and Transumption 13
  • Echo Schematic 31
  • Eve, Evening, and the Labor of Reading in Paradise Lost 43
  • Ithuriel's Spear: History and the Language of Accommodation 65
  • One First Matter All: Spirit as Energy 91
  • The Gender of Milton's Muse and the Problem of the Fit Reader 125
  • Milton's Coy Eve: Paradise Lost and Renaissance Love Poetry 133
  • Chronology 157
  • Contributors 159
  • Bibliography 161
  • Acknowledgments 169
  • Index 171
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