9780872206786

Complete Poems and Major Prose

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  • ISBN13:

    9780872206786

  • ISBN10:

    0872206785

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 3/1/2003
  • Publisher: Hackett Pub Co Inc

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Summary

First published by Odyssey Press in 1957, this classic edition provides Milton's poetry and major prose works, richly annotated, in a sturdy and affordable clothbound volume.

Table of Contents

A Chronology of the Main Events in Milton's Life xiii
Abbreviations of Titles of Milton's Works xv
Abbreviations of Titles of Literary and Critical Works Cited in the Notes xvi
Abbreviations of Titles of Periodicals Cited in the Notes xviii
Poems
The Minor Poems
A Paraphrase on Psalm CXIV
3(1)
Psalm CXXXVI
4(2)
Verses found with the Commonplace Book Carmina Elegiaca (Elegiac Verses)
6(1)
Ignavus satrapam dedecet (Slothful sleep disgraces a ruler)
6(1)
Apologus de Rustico et Hero (Fable of Peasant and Landlord)
6(1)
Elegia Prima (Elegy I)
7(3)
The Fifth Ode of Horace
10(1)
In Obitum Procancellarii Medici (On the Death of the Vice-Chancellor, a Physician)
11(1)
Elegia Secunda (Elegy II)
12(1)
In Proditionem Bombardicam (On the Gunpowder Plot)
13(1)
In Eandem (On the Same)
13(1)
In Eandem (On the Same)
14(1)
In Eandem (On the Same)
14(1)
In Inventorem Bombardae (On the Inventor of Gunpowder)
14(1)
In Quintum Novembris (On the Fifth of November)
15(6)
Elegia Tertia (Elegy III)
21(3)
In Obitum Praesulis Eliensis (On the Death of the Bishop of Ely)
24(1)
Elegia Quarta (Elegy IV)
25(5)
At a Vacation Exercise in the College
30(2)
Naturam Non Pati Senium (That Nature is Not Subject to Old Age)
32(3)
On the Death of a Fair Infant Dying of a Cough
35(2)
Elegia Quinta (Elegy V)
37(4)
Song: On May Morning
41(1)
On the Morning of Christ's Nativity
42(8)
Elegia Sexta (Elegy VI)
50(3)
Sonnet I: O Nightingale!
53(1)
Sonnet II: Donna leggiadra! (Beautiful Lady)
53(1)
Sonnet III: Qual in colle aspro (As on a Rugged Mountain)
54(1)
Canzone
54(1)
Sonnet IV: Diodati, e te'l diro (Diodati, and I Will Say It to You)
55(1)
Sonnet V: Per certo i bei vostr' occhi (In Truth, Your Fair Eyes)
55(1)
Sonnet VI: Giovane piano, e semplicetto amante (Young, Gentle, and Candid Lover)
56(1)
De Idea Platonica quemadmodum Aristoteles Intellexit (On the Platonic Idea as Understood by Aristotle)
56(2)
Elegia Septima (Elegy VII)
58(3)
The Passion
61(2)
On Shakespeare
63(1)
On the University Carrier
64(1)
Another on the Same
64(1)
An Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester
65(3)
L'Allegro
68(4)
II Penseroso
72(4)
Sonnet VII: How Soon Hath Time . . .
76(1)
Arcades
77(3)
On Time
80(1)
Upon the Circumcision
80(1)
At a Solemn Music
81(1)
Ad Patrem (To His Father)
82(4)
A Mask (Comus)
86(28)
Psalm CXIV
114(1)
Philosophus ad Regem Quendam (A Philosopher to a Certain King)
115(1)
Lycidas
116(9)
Ad Salsillum, Poetam Romanum, Aegrotantem (To Salzilli, a Roman Poet, When He Was Ill)
125(2)
Mansus (Manso)
127(3)
Ad Leonoram Romae Canentem (To Leonora Singing in Rome)
130(1)
Ad Eandem (To the Same)
131(1)
Ad Eandem (To the Same)
131(1)
Epitaphium Damonis (Damon's Epitaph)
132(7)
Translations from Of Reformation Touching Church Discipline in England
139(1)
Translations from An Apology for Smectymnuus
140(1)
Sonnet VIII: When the Assault Was Intended to the City
140(1)
Sonnet IX: Lady That in the Prime . . .
141(1)
Translation from Tetrachordon
141(1)
Sonnet X: To the Lady Margaret Ley
141(1)
In Effigiei Eius Sculptorem (On the Engraver of His Likeness)
142(1)
Verses from The History of Britain
142(1)
Sonnet XI: On the Detraction Which Followed upon My Writing Certain Treatises
143(1)
Sonnet XII: On the Same
143(1)
Sonnet XIII: To My Friend, Mr. Henry Lawes, on His Airs
144(1)
On the New Forcers of Conscience under the Long Parliament
144(1)
Sonnet XIV: On the Religious Memory of Mrs. Catharine Thomason, My Christian Friend, Deceased, 16 December, 1646
145(1)
Ad Ioannem Rousium (To John Rouse), Oxoniensis Academiae Bibliothecarium (Librarian of Oxford University)
146(3)
Psalm LXXX
149(2)
Psalm LXXXI
151(1)
Psalm LXXXII
152(1)
Psalm LXXXIII
153(1)
Psalm LXXXIV
154(1)
Psalm LXXXV
155(1)
Psalm LXXXVI
156(1)
Psalm LXXXVII
157(1)
Psalm LXXXVIII
158(1)
Sonnet XV: On the Lord General Fairfax at the Siege of Colchester
159(1)
Latin Verses from Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio: In Salmasii Hundredam (Against the Hundred of Salmasius)
160(1)
Sonnet XVI: To the Lord General Cromwell
160(1)
Sonnet XVII: To Sir Henry Vane the Younger
161(1)
Psalm I
162(1)
Psalm II
162(1)
Psalm III
163(1)
Psalm IV
163(1)
Psalm V
164(1)
Psalm VI
165(1)
Psalm VII
165(2)
Psalm VIII
167(1)
Sonnet XVIII: On the Late Massacre in Piemont
167(1)
Sonnet XIX: When I Consider . . .
168(1)
Sonnet XX: Lawrence of Virtuous Father . . .
168(1)
Sonnet XXI: Cyriack, Whose Grandsire . . .
169(1)
Sonnet XXII: To Mr. Cyriack Skinner upon His Blindness
170(1)
Sonnet XXIII: Methought I Saw . . .
170(3)
Paradise Lost
Introduction
173(38)
Book I
211(21)
Book II
232(25)
Book III
257(20)
Book IV
277(25)
Book V
302(21)
Book VI
323(22)
Book VII
345(17)
Book VIII
362(16)
Book IX
378(28)
Book X
406(26)
Book XI
432(22)
Book XII
454(17)
Paradise Regained
Introduction
471(12)
The First Book
483(11)
The Second Book
494(11)
The Third Book
505(10)
The Fourth Book
515(16)
Samson Agonistes
Introduction
531(18)
Samson Agonistes
549(46)
Prose
Some Early Oratorical Performances (Prolusions)
595(35)
Of Education
630(10)
The Reason of Church Government Urged Against Prelaty
640(50)
An Apology for Smectymnuus (Selections)
690(6)
The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce (Selections)
696(20)
Areopagitica
716(34)
The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates
750(31)
Eikonoklastes (Selections)
781(36)
The Second Defense of the People of England (Selections)
817(22)
A Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes
839(17)
Considerations Touching the Likeliest Means to Remove Hirelings out of the Church
856(24)
The Ready and Easy Way to Establish a Free Common-Wealth
880(20)
The Christian Doctrine (Selections)
900(145)
Appendix
Some Early Lives of Milton
Collections for the Life of Milton
1021(4)
John Aubrey
The Life of Milton
1025(13)
Edward Phillips
An Anonymous Life of Milton
1038(7)
Index of Names 1045

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