The Harmonious Vision: Studies in Milton's Poetry

The Harmonious Vision: Studies in Milton's Poetry

The Harmonious Vision: Studies in Milton's Poetry

The Harmonious Vision: Studies in Milton's Poetry

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In the following chapters I have attempted to read some of Milton's poetry or to comment on some aspects of his genius in a purely personal way. I do not think that I can insist on any of my observations as exhausting the total possibilities of exegesis nor am I sure that my method of approach is sensible or sensitive. I simply register here what at this date I think Milton was trying to say, how he said it, and how he succeeded. I should have been unable to do this unless I had had masters; hence, I am grateful to Miltonists all over the world and in all times who have enabled me to form my conclusions. Without them I could have said nothing.

D. C. A.

Baltimore

October 25, 1953 . . .

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