[Milton-L] Milton's use of sublime in Paradise Lost

Anna Santiago natsantiago at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 18 20:37:48 EST 2004


Satan is said to be a sublime surrogate artists in his relations with Sin 
and Death. I found this in the Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. 
Could any of you explicate on this subject matter?  Thanks,

Anna


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