Acknowledgments
"Milton and Transumption" (originally entitled "Milton and His Precursors") by Harold Bloom from A Map of Misreading by Harold Bloom, © 1975 by Oxford University Press, Inc.Reprinted by permission.
"Echo Schematic" by John Hollander from The Figure of Echo: A Mode of Allusion in Milton and After by John Hollander, © 1981 by the Regents of the University of California.Reprinted by permission of the University of California Press.
" Eve, Evening, and the Labor of Reading in Paradise Lost" by Patricia Parker from English Literary Renaissance 9, no. 2 (Spring 1979), © 1979 by English Literary Renaissance 9, no. 2 (Spring 1979), © 1979 by English Literary Renaissance. Reprinted by permission.
"Ithuriel's Spear: History and the Language of Accommodation" by John Guillory from Poetic Authority: Spenser, Milton, and Literary History by John Guillory, © 1983 by Columbia University Press.Reprinted by permission.
" 'One First Matter All': Spirit as Energy" by William Kerrigan from The Sacred Complex: On the Psychogenesis of Paradise Lost by William Kerrigan, © 1983 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College.Reprinted by permission of Harvard University Press.
"The Gender of Milton's Muse and the Problem of the Fit Reader" (originally entitled "The Gender of the Reader") by Maureen Quilligan from Milton's Spenser: The Politics of Reading by Maureen Quilligan, © 1983 by Cornell University Press.Reprinted by permission of the publisher.
" Milton's Coy Eve: Paradise Lost and Renaissance Love Poetry" by William Kerrigan and Gordon Braden from ELH 53, no. 1 (Spring 1986), © 1986 by the Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore/ London.Reprinted by permission.

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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
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  • The Gender of Milton's Muse and the Problem of the Fit Reader 125
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