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" Milton seems to have been sensible of this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure it by several expedients... "
A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton: To which is Prefixed ... - Seite 31
von William Dodd - 1762 - 144 Seiten
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Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost: From ʻThe Spectatorʼ. 31 December, 1711 ...

Joseph Addison - 1868 - 152 Seiten
...written of late Years in our own Country, are raifed upon contrary Plans. I muft however own, that I think this kind of Fable, which is the moft perfect...Adverfary of Mankind meets with upon his return to the Aflembly of Infernal Spirits, as it is defcribed in that [a] beautiful Paflage of the tenth Book ;...
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... Areopagitica: 24 November 1644. Preceded by Illustrative Documents ...

John Milton - 1869 - 80 Seiten
...raifed upon contrary Plans. I mufl however own, that I think this kind of Fable, which is the moil perfect in Tragedy, is not fo proper for an Heroic...Adverfary of Mankind meets with upon his return to the Aflembly of Infernal Spirits, as it is defcribed in that [a] beautiful Paffage of the tenth Book ;...
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Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost, Ausgabe 8

Joseph Addison - 1863 - 152 Seiten
...written of late Years in our own Country, are raifed upon contrary Plans. I muft however own, that I think this kind of Fable, which is the moft perfect...particularly by the Mortification which the great Adveriary of Mankind meets with upon his return to the Affembly of Infernal Spirits, as it is defcribed...
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Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost, Ausgabe 8

Joseph Addison - 1868 - 152 Seiten
...written of late Years in our own Country, are raifed upon contrary Plans. I muft however own, that I think this kind of Fable, which is the moft perfect...Heroic Poem. Milton feems to have been fenfible of this Imper: ection in his Fable, and has therefore endeavoured :o cure it by feveral Expedients ; particularly...
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Toxophilus

Roger Ascham - 1868 - 315 Seiten
...railed upon contrary Plans. I muft however own. that I think this kind of Fable, which is the moil perfect in Tragedy, is not fo proper for an Heroic Poem. Milton leems to have been feniible of this Imperfection in his Fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure...
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Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost: From The Spectator, 31 December, 1711-3 ...

Joseph Addison - 1869 - 152 Seiten
...raifed upon contrary Plans. I mufl however own, that I think this kind of Fable, which is the mofl perfect in Tragedy, is not fo proper for an Heroic...Affembly of Infernal Spirits, as it is defcribed in that [a] beautiful Paffage of the tenth Book ; and likewife by the Vifion, wherein Adam at the clofe...
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Reading book. New code, 1981. Standard 1, 4-6

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1872
...and happiness, into the most abject condition of sin and sorrow. Milton seems to have been sensible of this imperfection in his fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure it by several expedients ; particularly by the mortification which the great Adversary of Mankind meets with...
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Selections in English Prose from Elizabeth to Victoria (1580-1880).

James Mercer Garnett - 1891 - 701 Seiten
...the most perfect in Tragedy, is not so proper for an Heroic Poem. Milton seems to have been sensible of this Imperfection in his Fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure it by several Expedients ; particularly by the Mortification which the great Adversary of Mankind meets with...
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Beautiful Sublime: The Making of ‘Paradise Lost,’ 1701-1734

Leslie Moore - 1990 - 252 Seiten
...addition, Paradise Lost emerges as an epic "properly so called": "Milton seems to have been sensible of this Imperfection in his Fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure it by several Expedients" (S 297, 3: 59) .20 Second, because Books n and 12 are no longer part of the main...
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John Milton: 1628-1731

John T. Shawcross - 1995 - 439 Seiten
...the most perfect in Tragedy, is not so proper for an Heroick Poem. Milton seems to have been sensible of this Imperfection in his Fable, and has therefore endeavoured to cure it by several Expedients; particularly by the Mortification which the great Adversary of Mankind meets with...
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