[Milton-L] Miltonic sublimity

Josh Scodel jscodel at uchicago.edu
Fri Nov 19 14:20:41 EST 2004


For scholarship that argues or assumes Milton's attempt to attain the 
Longinian sublime in various works,  in addition to Patterson, 
Burrow, and Kahn, I would cite Nigel Smith on sublimity ain 
Areopagitica (if memory serves, in a volume on the prose edited by D. 
Loewenstein and J. Turner); and D. Norbrook on the republican sublime 
in Paradise Lost in his book on republican literature.

Best,

Josh Scodel


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