[Milton-L] 'Myth' of "Unfallen" language

Harold Skulsky hskulsky at email.smith.edu
Sun Sep 30 15:00:07 EDT 2007

"But what was Milton's view?"

I take it that Milton, who was not only a gifted linguist but a better than middling logician, could tell the difference between a vacuous notion ("corrupt language" as opposed to "corrupt use of language") and am interesting fact about the human condition. If there's anything in his text that indicates otherwise, I'd be grateful to have a look at it.

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