Cover of: Milton | Mark Pattison

About the Book

An English poet, man of letters and civil servant of the 17th century who is best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost.
“An able monograph, invaluable to students of Milton and his times.”
— A.L.A. Catalog 1926

Table of Contents

First Period. 1608-1639.
1. Family – School – College
2. Residence at Horton – L’Allegro – Il Penseroso – Arcades – Comus – Lycidas
3. Journey to Italy
Second Period. 1640-1660.
4. Educational Theory – Teaching
5. Marriage and pamphlet on Divorce
6. Pamphlets
7. Biographical. 1640-1649
8. The Latin Secretaryship
9. Milton and Salmasius – Blindness
10. Milton and Morus – The Second Defence – The Defence for Himself
11. Latin Secretaryship comes to an End – Milton’s Friends
Third Period. 1660-1674.
12. Biographical – Literary Occupation – Religious Opinions
13. Paradise Lost – Paradise Regained – Samson Agonistes

Edition Notes

English men of letters


Library of Congress
PR3581 .P3 1880

The Physical Object

vi, 215 p.
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