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    EBOOK Paradise Lost John Milton ´ 3 download free download Æ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ John Milton in middle school i had seen this book lying around the house and for some reason it struck me as very impressive i didn't ever want to read it but i wanted to give off the impression that i was the type of person who would read it i did this with a few other books too catcher in the rye on the road ect i carried it to school so that teacher

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    EBOOK Paradise Lost There'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 at

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    free download Æ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ John Milton EBOOK Paradise Lost Portions 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 h

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    EBOOK Paradise Lost When 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 punctua

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    read Paradise Lost John Milton ´ 3 download free download Æ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ John Milton EDIT 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 wo

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    read Paradise Lost free download Æ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ John Milton John Milton ´ 3 download Milton wrote this while blind and claimed it was the result of divine inspiration which visited him nightly There are few texts that

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    EBOOK 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 ach

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Paradise Lost review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB F mankind's destiny The struggle rages across three worlds heaven hell and earth as Satan and his band of rebel angels plot their revenge against God At the center of the conflict are Adam and Eve who are motivated by all too human temptations but whose ultimate downfall is unyielding l. Portions 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 with a contagious passion So much passion that I decided after the discussion was over to buy the whole book During our five day Fall break in my sopho year I sat on the front lawn of my college and read Paradise Lost Nonstop getting up for meals and other important breaks but otherwise spending that whole break reading Milton Hardly anyone else remained on campus The weather was cool and breezy and beautiful I sat under a tree and read lengthy portions out loud which helped me get into the rhythm Once in the rhythm of reading I tasted heaven itself This book was an awakening for me a trigger that opened up my soul and allowed me to understand a small portion of eternity It was an epiphany weekend for me one which transformed my soul and remains in many ways an anchor for my faith During the dark times of my soul I remembered those days and knew knew knew there was something to still hope for This is a hard read and one that likely reuires a lot of space uiet and time It takes a while to get into his rhythm and finally dance with his words but if you can if you can get away from this world for a while and devote yourself to Milton s work you ll find a new reality opening up The man saw heaven The man knew God His writing is genius and extraordinary far beyond anything else I ve ever read This book literally changed my soul and my life

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Paradise Lost review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB OveMarked by Milton's characteristic erudition Paradise Lost is a work epic both in scale and notoriously in ambition For nearly 350 years it has held generation upon generation of audiences in rapt attention and its profound influence can be seen in almost every corner of Western cultu. EDIT 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

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Paradise Lost review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB John Milton's Paradise Lost is one of the greatest epic poems in the English language It tells the story of the Fall of Man a tale of immense drama and excitement of rebellion and treachery of innocence pitted against corruption in which God and Satan fight a bitter battle for control o. 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 himself in maelstrom of emotions that inflict his soul He lives in denial and becomes demented that much so he is reduced to the form of a snake The once magnificent angel tall and proud now slithers on the floor with the beasts Satan is fearless Eternal damnation did not make him baulk As a form of petty revenge for his perpetual banishment from heaven Satan determines to corrupt mankind and prove that God s creation is fallible weak and debased He creates Sin and Death his children the means of entering Earth through hell Through temptation he has his victory Eve eats the apple in the garden of eden because of his coercion God punishes Adam and Eve banishing them to Earth Satan has achieved his goal though his fate remains unchanged and his once noble intentions have become so distorted that he becomes the very personification of evil Abashed the devil stood and felt how awful goodness is and saw Virtue in her shape how lovely and pined his loss The poem interprets the idea of salvation and redemption present in the bible Despite his crimes Satan never attempts a reconciliation Humanity on the other hand toils on earth worships god and seeks forgiveness It displays the idea that obedience to God is the creed in which one should live by and that all hierarchies exist for a reason to break them is to break the rule of God As such some critics see political arguments within the text arguing that Satan represents Oliver Cromwell the usurper and that God represent Charles I the lord and king of the lands It s an interesting reading for sure Like all great poetry Paradise Lost can be read in many different ways The religious allegory and imagery is excellent There s so much to say about this poem and it has influenced so many other writers in the centuries after its original publication I wonder how much so though I can think of numerous examples in modern literature that would not have existed if not for the influence and pertinence of the ideas presented here Putting aside the beauty of the poetry and the allegories it s a fantastic story that has permeated so many others it s legacy endures It s a powerful piece and the tragic story of Satan will always remain the most endearing aspect of it for meBlog Twitter Facebook Insta Academia

  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • Paradise Lost
  • John Milton
  • English
  • 05 October 2019
  • 9780572031206