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Milton. The Life of John Milton: narrated in Connection with the Political, Ecclesiastical, a
For example, does Hall profess to have traced Milton from the University to a suburb sink of London acredness has hitherto invested the figure of Milton, and our image of him has dwelt securely in id oes not clearly see. Most readers of a life of Milton may be presumed to have some knowledge of the rease the number of pages devoted specially to Milton, and thus lessen the apparent disproportion be one may think of its bearing upon the life of Milton.
The chapters devoted to Scottish affairs are I find that Sir Thomas Browne had said before Milton, that Adam was the wisest of all men since, I s the word wanting in the two others, and that Milton wrote, or meant to write,—
Burnt after the ice, and flows away in waves of sunshine.
But Milton never let himself go for a moment.
As other p ments are the prose of Bunyan and the verse of Milton.
It is a high inspiration to be the neighbor [87 more...]