[Milton-L] Milton and Nature / Milton and Hawthorne

Jeffrey Theis jtheis at salemstate.edu
Mon Aug 11 10:22:39 EDT 2008


Jeffrey,

A quick database search should turn up many articles and books by McColley, Edwards, Hiltner, and myself (among others).

One book that is too new to come up, however, is Renaissance Ecology: Imagining Eden in Milton's England, edited by Ken Hiltner (Duquesne UP, 2008). You will find plenty of good articles and references there.

Regards,

Jeff Theis

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>>> Jeffrey Austin <austinmj at umich.edu> 08/11/08 3:02 AM >>>
Hello:

I'm wondering if anyone knew of any essays or had any thoughts about  
Milton's relationship to the natural world.  I'm interested, in  
particular, in what Milton thought about the relationship between Adam  
and Eve and nature.

Also, does anyone have any good information connecting the work of  
Hawthorne to Milton?

Best Wishes,

Jeffrey Austin
austinmj at umich.edu
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