ADuran at sla.purdue.edu
Thu Jan 29 10:03:59 EST 2004
I am willing to subject myself to some professional embarrassment for the sake of responding with accuracy to some of my students' interest in the presence of death in so many of Milton's early works by admitting that I have forgotten the lovely wording and the author of a quip referring to Milton writing poems over every dead body he stumbled upon. My haphazard electronic search was of no aid. Can anyone out there help me?
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