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Paradise Lost Nce 1E PA (Teskey)

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Pub. Date:
12/17/2004
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W W NORTON
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Summary

Gordon Teskey's freshly edited text of Milton's masterpiece is accompanied by a new introduction and substantial explanatory annotations. Spelling and punctuation have been modernized, the latter, importantly, within the limits imposed by Milton's syntax. "Sources and Backgrounds" collects relevant passages from the Bible and Milton's prose writings, including selections from The Reason of Church Government and the full text of Areopagitica. "Criticism" brings together classic interpretations by Andrew Marvell, John Dryden, Victor Hugo, and T. S. Eliot, among others, and the most important recent criticism and scholarship surrounding the epic, including essays by Northrop Frye, Barbara Lewalski, Christopher Ricks, and Helen Vendler. A Glossary and Selected Bibliography are also included.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments xi
Introduction xv
The Life of John Milton
xv
On the Text of Paradise Lost
xxvii
Paradise Lost 1(304)
The Verse
2(1)
Book One
3(23)
Book Two
26(29)
Book Three
55(22)
Book Four
77(28)
Book Five
105(27)
Book Six
132(26)
Book Seven
158(19)
Book Eight
177(19)
Book Nine
196(33)
Book Ten
229(31)
Book Eleven
260(24)
Book Twelve
284(21)
Sources and Backgrounds 305(70)
SELECTIONS FROM THE BIBLE
307(24)
Genesis 1-3, 11-12
307(6)
Exodus 14
313(2)
Psalms 104, 114, 148
315(2)
Isaiah 6, 9, 40
317(2)
Ezekiel 1
319(2)
Mark 13
321(1)
Acts 13
321(2)
1 Corinthians 15
323(2)
Revelation 12, 20-22
325(6)
SELECTIONS FROM MILTON'S PROSE
331(44)
The Reason of Church Government Urged against Prelaty (Introduction to Book II)
331(8)
Areopagitica
339(36)
Criticism 375(174)
CLASSIC CRITICISM OF PARADISE LOST
377(24)
Andrew Marvell
On Mr. Milton's Paradise Lost
377(1)
John Dryden
Epigram
378(1)
From Preface to Second Miscellany
379(1)
Joseph Addison
From Spectator 297 (Feb. 9, 1712)
379(2)
From Spectator 303 (Feb. 16, 1712)
381(1)
Voltaire
From Candide
382(1)
From Essay upon the Civil Wars of France...And also upon the Epick Poetry of the European Nations from Homer to Milton
383(1)
Samuel Johnson
From Lives of the English Poets
384(3)
François-René, Vicomte de Chateaubriand
From Sketches of English Literature
387(2)
William Blake
From The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
389(1)
William Wordsworth
London, 1802
390(1)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
From Lecture 4
390(1)
Unassigned Lecture Notes [Milton and Paradise Lost]
391(1)
From Table Talk [Milton's Egotism]
392(1)
George Gordon, Lord Byron
From Don Juan
392(1)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
From the preface to Prometheus Unbound
393(1)
From A Defence of Poetry
394(1)
Walter Savage Landor
From Imaginary Conversations
395
Victor Hugo
From Cromwell
397(1)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Milton
397(1)
Matthew Arnold
From Milton
398(1)
A.E. Housman
From Terence, this is stupid stuff
399(1)
T.S. Eliot
From Milton I
399(1)
From Milton II
400(1)
MODERN CRITICISM OF PARADISE LOST
401(148)
On Satan
401(36)
C.S. Lewis
From Satan
401(6)
Balachandra Rajan
From The Problem of Satan
407(6)
A.J.A. Waldock
From Satan and the Technique of Degradation
413(4)
William Empson
From Satan
417(3)
Kenneth Gross
From Satan and the Romantic Satan: A Notebook
420(5)
William Flesch
From The Majesty of Darkness: Idol and Image in Milton
425(2)
Regina M. Schwartz
From "Yet Once More": Re-Creation, Repetition, and Return
427(10)
On God
437(12)
C.S. Lewis
From the conclusion to A Preface to Paradise Lost
437(2)
William Empson
From Critics
439(3)
Stanley Fish
From The Milk of the Pure Word
442(3)
Northrop Frye
From The Garden Within
445(4)
On Adam and Eve
449(27)
E.M.W. Tillyard
From Paradise Lost: The Conscious Meaning and The Unconscious Meaning
449(4)
C.S. Lewis
The Fall
453(2)
A.J.A. Waldock
From The Fall (II)
455(3)
Northrop Frye
From Children of God and Nature
458(8)
Barbara K. Lewalski
From "Higher Argument": Completing and Publishing Paradise Lost
466(10)
On Style and Versification
476(16)
Douglas Bush
From The Restoration, 1660-74
476(5)
Christopher B. Ricks
From Enhancing Suggestions
481(3)
Archie Burnett
From "Sense Variously Drawn Out": The Line in Paradise Lost
484(8)
On Christian Ideology
492(9)
A.S.P. Woodhouse
From Paradise Lost, I: Theme and Pattern
492(6)
Stanley Fish
From With Mortal Voice: Milton Defends against the Muse
498(3)
On Feminism
501(20)
Joseph A. Wittreich Jr.
From Critiquing the Feminist Critique
501(3)
Mary Nyquist
From The Genesis of Gendered Subjectivity in the Divorce Tracts and in Paradise Lost
504(12)
Julia M. Walker
From Eve: The First Reflection
516(5)
On the Poet Himself
521(13)
Helen Vendler
From Milton's Epic Poem
521(6)
Mary Ann Radzinowicz
From How Milton Read the Book of Psalms: His Formal, Stylistic, and Thematic Analysis
527(4)
William Flesch
From The Majesty of Darkness: Idol and Image in Milton
531(3)
General Criticism
534(15)
E.M.W. Tillyard
Paradise Lost: Possible Inconsistency
534(4)
A.J.A. Waldock
From The Poet and the Theme
538(4)
Stanley Fish
From Not so much a Teaching as an Intangling
542(3)
Gordon Teskey
From Milton's Choice of Subject in the Context of Renaissance Critical Theory
545(4)
Glossary of Names in Paradise Lost 549(40)
Suggestions for Further Reading 589


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