The Road from Horton: Looking Backwards in "Lycidas"
English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 1983 - 90 Seiten
This book argues that it was through his dialogue with the pastoral and elegiac traditions in Lycidas that Milton first came face to face with the frustrations and pressures which were to change the future course of his life.
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CHAPTER TWO Young Lycidas
CHAPTER THREE Yet Once More
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