Paradise Lost

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ISBN:

9780199482993

Publication date:

28/08/2017

Paperback

208 pages

216.0x140.0mm

Price: 200.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199482993

Publication date:

28/08/2017

Paperback

208 pages

216.0x140.0mm

John Milton and Anna Baldwin

Book 1 and 2 set the scene for Paradise Lost, showing the creation of Pandæmonium, the speeches at the great assembly of rebel angels and Satan setting out on the epic journey that will lead to the fall of Adam and Eve. This edition presents the full text in a clear, readable style, and incldes the folloing supporting materials:

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John Milton and Anna Baldwin

Description

Book 1 and 2 set the scene for Paradise Lost, showing the creation of Pandæmonium, the speeches at the great assembly of rebel angels and Satan setting out on the epic journey that will lead to the fall of Adam and Eve. This edition presents the full text in a clear, readable style, and incldes the folloing supporting materials:

  • Introductory 'In Context' section to set the scene
  • General notes to explain literary and historical allusions, and themes within the text; line-by-line notes to support close textual analysis
  • 'Interpretations' section to stimulate discussion of themes, language, issues, and critical history
  • Tasks designed to encourage students' engagement with the text, and essay questions to prepare them for examinations
  • Chronology and conteporary illustrations to support students' contextual work
  • Short extracts from related texts
  • Suggestions for further reading to encourage students to broaden their studies

John Milton and Anna Baldwin

Table of contents

John Milton in Context
Milton's life and involvement with politics
Milton and the Puritans
The context of Book 1 and 2 in the whole poem
Milton's ideas on Heaven, Hell, angels and chaos
Milton's ideas on nature of good and evil
Reasons for reading Milton today
A note on the text
Paradise Lost Book 1
Paradise Lost Book 2
Notes
Notes to Book 1
Notes to Book 2
Interpretations
Interpreting the poem as myth or classical epic
Milton's language and style
Themes and issues
Interpreting the characters
Milton and the Gothic
Critical views
Essay Questions
Class Activities
Chronology
Further Reading

John Milton and Anna Baldwin

John Milton and Anna Baldwin

John Milton and Anna Baldwin

Description

Book 1 and 2 set the scene for Paradise Lost, showing the creation of Pandæmonium, the speeches at the great assembly of rebel angels and Satan setting out on the epic journey that will lead to the fall of Adam and Eve. This edition presents the full text in a clear, readable style, and incldes the folloing supporting materials:

  • Introductory 'In Context' section to set the scene
  • General notes to explain literary and historical allusions, and themes within the text; line-by-line notes to support close textual analysis
  • 'Interpretations' section to stimulate discussion of themes, language, issues, and critical history
  • Tasks designed to encourage students' engagement with the text, and essay questions to prepare them for examinations
  • Chronology and conteporary illustrations to support students' contextual work
  • Short extracts from related texts
  • Suggestions for further reading to encourage students to broaden their studies

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Table of contents

John Milton in Context
Milton's life and involvement with politics
Milton and the Puritans
The context of Book 1 and 2 in the whole poem
Milton's ideas on Heaven, Hell, angels and chaos
Milton's ideas on nature of good and evil
Reasons for reading Milton today
A note on the text
Paradise Lost Book 1
Paradise Lost Book 2
Notes
Notes to Book 1
Notes to Book 2
Interpretations
Interpreting the poem as myth or classical epic
Milton's language and style
Themes and issues
Interpreting the characters
Milton and the Gothic
Critical views
Essay Questions
Class Activities
Chronology
Further Reading

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