By Angelica Duran
With brevity, intensity, and accessibility, this e-book is helping readers to understand the works of John Milton, and to appreciate the good impression they've got had on literature and different disciplines.Presents new and authoritative essays via the world over revered Milton scholarsExplains how and why Milton’s works validated their critical position within the English literary canonStructured chronologically round Milton’s significant worksAlso features a decide upon bibliography and a chronology detailing Milton’s existence and works along proper international eventsIdeal as a primary serious paintings on Milton
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Milton thereafter wisely assumed a life insulated from the political arena. Mention should be made of several works Milton published in his later years, when he seemed to be emptying his archives of projects he had labored over during periods of leisure during his busy life. We know of these works because some were published before and some after his death on November 9 or 10, 1674, and others were mentioned by his early biographers. These include an edition of Sir Walter Ralegh’s The Cabinet-Council (1658), a second edition of A Defence of the People of England (1658), The History of Britain (1670), Letters Patents of the Election of this Present King of Poland, a translation (1674), and A Brief History of Moscovia (1682).
Meyer’s poem was written against the backdrop of the Franco-Prussian War. Milton’s inﬂuence has been shed productively not only on poetry but also upon drama and the novel. George Farquhar’s The Beaux Stratagem. A Comedy (1707), a most popular and performed play even up to today, employs Milton’s language a number of times, and William Mason’s Caractacus, A Dramatic Poem: Written on the Model of the Ancient Greek Tragedy (1759, with an epigraph from “Manso,” 38–41) reﬂects the structure, title character, and language of Samson Agonistes.