Lady in the Labyrinth: Milton's Comus as Initiation

Lady in the Labyrinth: Milton's Comus as Initiation

Lady in the Labyrinth: Milton's Comus as Initiation

Lady in the Labyrinth: Milton's Comus as Initiation

Synopsis

This text studies Milton's 'Ludlow Maske' of 1634 as a rite of passage. 'The Maske' fashions and mobilizes its 'Lady' as an independent subject and moral agent, the inviolably private, conscience-governed self of English Puritan culture.
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