carmelamcintire at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 27 11:34:42 EDT 2006
One line from Lycidas stays with me:
"Through the dear might of him that walked the waves."
It's among several of his lines of monosyllabic words
that are powerful in their apparent simplicity.
--- carl bellinger <bcarlb at comcast.net> wrote:
> Thanks to all who responded to my query a few weeks
> back, "Re: Strier,
> disguised departures," on possible mystic
> mis-directions in PL. The
> references are most helpful!
> I would like to ask, quite apart from specific
> conundrums like "fit audience
> though few" or "hope no higher," if any of you have
> wondered at moments
> whether, for all its bright and symphonic and
> garrulous surface, Paradise
> Lost doesn't seem to show glimmerings now and again
> of --how to call it?--
> of brighter and richer (and quieter?) things? If so,
> are there particular
> phrases or passages that come to mind?
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