[Milton-L] Milton, Shakespeare and blank verse

Mario Murgia precious.bane at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 19:05:08 EDT 2007


Dear Beverly,
Thank you so very much.
Best,
Mario

2007/7/12, Beverley Sherry <bsherry at mail.usyd.edu.au>:
>
>  Mario,
>
> the most recent and major study is in the latest *Review of English
> Studies*:
>
> John Creaser, "'Service is Perfect Freedom': Paradox and Prosodic Style in
> *Paradise Lost," RES *58 (2007): 268-315.
>
> Beverley Sherry
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Mario Murgia <precious.bane at gmail.com>
> *To:* milton-l at lists.richmond.edu
> *Sent:* Friday, July 13, 2007 3:45 AM
> *Subject:* [Milton-L] Milton, Shakespeare and blank verse
>
> Dear scholars,
> After a rather long absence here I am again with a question –does anybody
> know whether there is any information available on a possible relationship
> between Shakespeare's and Milton's use of blank verse? In other words, is
> Milton in any way indebted to Shakespeare in this respect? Do you know of
> anyone who may have discussed the possibility?
> As always, any ideas on this subject will be much appreciated.
> Best regards,
> Mario Murgia
>
> --
> "It is my opinion that the power of eloquence is most manifest when it
> deals with subjects which rouse no particular enthusiasm."
> –John Milton, Prolusion 7
>
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"It is my opinion that the power of eloquence is most manifest when it deals
with subjects which rouse no particular enthusiasm."
–John Milton, Prolusion 7
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