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Paradise LostIn dal e composto a partire dal il Paradiso perduto ha come la giustificazione all'uomo delle azioni del Signore i suoi dodici libri in forma drammatica mostrano come Adamo ed Eva furono puniti perché peccarono scegliendo deliberatamente il Male invece del Bene Uniti nell'implacabile sentenza divina così come nell.

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READ Å Paradise Lost Oliver Cromwell He wrote at a time of religious flux and political upheaval and is best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost written in blank verseMilton's poetry and prose reflect deep personal convictions a passion for freedom and self determination and the urgent issues and political turbulence of his day Writing in English Latin Greek and Italian he achieved international renown within his lifetime and his celebrated Areopagitica —written in condemnation of pre publication censorship—is among history's most influential and impassioned defenses of free speech and freedom of the pressWilliam Hayley's biography called him the greatest English author and he remains generally regarded as one of the preeminent writers in the English language though critical reception has oscillated in the centuries since his death often on account of his republicanism Samuel Johnson praised Paradise Lost as a poem whichwith respect to design may claim the first place and with respect to performance the second among the productions of the human mind though he a Tory and recipient of royal patronage described Milton's politics as those of an acrimonious and surly republicanBecause of his republicanism Milton has been the subject of centuries of British partisanship.

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  • Meg

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise Lostin middle school i had seen this book lying around the house and for some reason it struck me as very impressive i didn

  • Alex

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostThere's all this debate over why Satan is so appealing in Paradise Lost Did Milton screw up Is he being cynical or a double secret atheist And why is God such a dickBut no one asks whether say Shakespeare screwed up in making Iago so much fun; they just give him credit for writing an awesome villain And that's all Milton's doing Satan is tempting for us because Satan is tempting for us That's the point of Satan If Milton didn't make him as appealing as possible he'd be doing Satan a disservice And Eve for that matterSimilarly God's a dick because God's a dick You've read the Old Testament He's not exactly all flowers and hugs there either Again Milton's just being true to his characters and writing a great story while he's at it There’s

  • Sean Barrs

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise Lost Paradise Lost is the uintessential epic poem and its protagonist Satan is the uintessential anti hero “Better to reign in Hell than to serve in Heaven” It’s almost impossible to read this without in some way sympathising with him Although he is vain full of pride and evil he is still a fallen angel And that’s kind of important In the early cantos he is powerful persuasive and godly though he ultimately becomes corrupted by his own selfish desires and ruins himself He is blinded by ambition and God’s glory He is jealous and power hungry and reals over what he will never have He deteriorates and festers becoming evil as his pain increases The hell he feels at his separation from God is projected outwards and he looses hi

  • Fergus

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostTHE CONUEST OF PRIDEThe road winds inListlessness of ancient warLangour of broken steelClamour of confused wrong aptIn silence Memory is strongBeyond the bone Pride snappedShadow of pride is longTS ELIOT RANNOCH AT GLENCOEWhen TS Eliot visited the Scottish Highlands in his later years he saw at first hand the site of the Glencoe Massacre at the time of the doomed Jacobite uprising of 1689 As he mused who knows if he also thought of his own earlier words on this poetry poetry that was composed at a religiously fractious moment of British history in the same timeframe as Glencoe Milton's Paradise Lost Perhaps he was remembering his comment that Milton could never endear himself to us readersBut maybe also this great twentieth century poet called to mind as he meditated on war and pride his own opinion that there is no wisdom bey

  • Patrick Oden

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostPortions of this book were assigned for my Brit Lit class I read about half of the assigned portions I was distracted at the time by various events in life and wasn't yet a very good student My professor had done his PhD work on Milton and taught w

  • Lyn

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostWhen I think of Milton's epic poem about Satan and his fall from grace I most freuently think of two anecdotes apart from the actual work brilliant and a foundation of modern literature as it isFirst I recall the scene from Animal House when Donald Sutherland begins a smarmy condescendingly pretentious uestion to his class about Milton's intentions for introducing Satan as such an interesting character punctuating the delivery with a crisp bite of his apple As the bell rings and the class dutifully escapes from his lecture he defla

  • Leo .

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostIs Satan coming Are we in the End of DaysIs the Earth heating under the Sun's RaysIs it all make believe manipulation or trueWhy on this wonderful Earth is everybody blueAre we in the Rapture Impending DoomLightning strikes sink holes and thunderous sonic boomsEbola and earth uakes hurricanes and tornadoes tooNow I can see why we are feeling blueForest fires tsunamis land slides and HailWatching the mainstream news it looks like HellFake news and propaganda rhet

  • Natalie Monroe

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostEDIT 26122018 I'm not answering comments on this review any because I find that I have to constantly repeat myself If you feel the need to point out Paradise Lost is a classic and was written during an era when women had few rights please refer to the comment section I'm fucking done The 50 word review that launched a thousand trollsFuck your misogyny Fuck your scorning Greek gods as false gods then using its mythology left and right as metaphors Fuck your punishing the serpent when You knew it was possessed by Satan Fuck—Ah forget it

  • J.G. Keely

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise LostMilton wrote this while blind and claimed it was the result of divine inspiration which visited him nightly There are few texts that could reasonably be added into the Bible and this is certainly one of them the Divine Comedy is another Paradise Lost outlines portions of the Bible which thanks to its haphazard combination of mythic stories are never fully explored In fact most of Paradise Lost has become tacitly accepted into the Christian mythos even if most Christians do not recognize it as a source It also updated not only the epic but the heroic form and its uestioning of the devil is a great philosophical exploration even if it may ultimately prove a failure as I shall try to explainThe uestion remains even if the Vatican did not explicitly include it why are there not smaller sects which so often spring up around such and inspiring and daring work The answer is that one need not explicitly include something that has been included

  • Rakhi Dalal

    READ Å Paradise Lost Paradise Lost“What does the word ‘Paradise’ signifies to a human being” Is it the state of blissfulness which one acknowledges in life owing to the absence of all fears as can be experienced in this dwelling place of ours Or is it an actual place somewhere in heaven which is the ultimate goal that humans wish to achieveAs a child I had a profound belief in the idea of God and heaven too Yes and perhaps the reason I wished to believe in him was the fact that world seemed a beautiful place a place where everything was just as it should have been; Loving parents and siblings affectionate neighbors and an innocent belief one which leads a child to trust even an unknown smiling stranger on the road But that was a long time ago Times have changed fast