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By Joe Nutt

ISBN-10: 0230536646

ISBN-13: 9780230536647

ISBN-10: 0230536654

ISBN-13: 9780230536654

Paradise Lost has excited and provoked poets and critics for over three hundred years. This creation offers an obtainable route
into Milton's influential epic poem, guiding scholars via all the twelve books by way of a mixture of shut textual analysis
and precis of key issues and strategies.

Without assuming earlier wisdom, Nutt is helping navigate the book's biblical and classical historical past and its dating to seventeenth-century historical past. concentrating on constructing the studying abilities had to strategy this crucial and complicated poem
independently, A consultant to Paradise Lost is key analyzing for all scholars of Milton.

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