Yale,, Fall 2007 , Prof. John Rogers
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Introduction: Milton, Power, and the Power of Milton - The Infant Cry of God - Credible Employment - Poetry and Virginity - Poetry and Marriage - Lycidas - Areopagitica - Paradise Lost, Book - God and Mammon: The Wealth of Literary Memory - The Miltonic Smile - The Blind Prophet
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Milton (ENGL 220)
An introduction to John Milton man, poet, and legend. Miltons place at the center of the English literary canon is asserted, articulated, and examined through a discussion of Miltons long, complicated association with literary power. The conception of Miltonic power and its calculated use in political literature is analyzed in the feminist writings of Lady Mary Chudleigh, Mary Astell, and Virginia Woolf. Later the god-like qualities often ascribed to Miltonic authority are considered alongside Satans excursus on the constructed nature of divine might in Paradise Lost, and the notorious characters method of analysis is shown to be a useful mode of encountering the author himself.
0000 - Chapter 1. Introduction Miltons Power as a Poet
1537 - Chapter 2. Lady Mary Chudleigh on Milton and the Priority of the Sexes
1942 - Chapter 3. Mary Astell on Milton and the Priority of the Sexes
2403 - Chapter 4. Virginia Woolf on Milton and the Priority of the Sexes
3220 - Chapter 5. Milton, Power and the Revolution against God by Satan
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This course was recorded in Fall 2007.
Sep 12, 2018
Excellent course helped me understand topic that i couldn't while attendinfg my college.
March 29, 2019
Great course. Thank you very much.