[Milton-L] More Info - Satan, Confusion and Amazement
mascetti at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 05:24:24 EDT 2008
Greetings to all again - thanks to those who have kindly provided me
with insights on uncreation - I appreciate it. I'm looking into an
issue parallel to the ontological inquiry, which focuses on Satanic
psychology, so to speak. I'm interested to know if anyone has any
info (bibliographical, et al.) on Satan's state of confusion,
amazement, and wonder following his fall. Fallen angels are often
described as incredulous or wonder-struck when they see the effect of
Divine wrath, or angelic counter-attacks. MLA has very little on the
role of amazement in PL (except for an excellent piece by Kathleen
Swaim on "The Art of the Maze in Book IX of Paradise Lost") and was
wondering if anyone has anything to beef up this awkward interest of
mine in Satanic confusion.
Thanks in advance,
Yaakov A. Mascetti, Ph.D.
Department of Comparative Literature
Bar Ilan University
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