[Milton-L] Illustrated broadsheet of Milton's Paradise Lost!

Yuko Nii wahcenter at earthlink.net
Thu Apr 9 13:48:38 EDT 2009

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center

(718) 486-6012

milton at wahcenter.net

Dear English Arts Educators:

We are launching a special John Milton educational initiative for  
schools and colleges. It is an illustrated broadsheet of Milton's  
Paradise Lost!
PDF here:.
The original 44 pp hardcover printed in 1983 was sold out and has been  
out of print for many years, although the art and the prose-line have  
inspired a regeneration of interest in Milton’s work around the  
world. See our last year’s Paradise Lost event on our web site. http://wahcenter.net/exhibits/2008/milton40 
All through last years Milton festival at our art center, we were told  
that our activities had inspired individuals to re-read and in many  
cases read for THE FIRST TIME Milton’s Paradise Lost, the greatest  
single work of literature in the English language. Most of these new  
readers were older adults. We believe that our broadsheet will produce  
the same effect on a broader audience world-wide. Designed as a  
reading INCENTIVE for college and high school students, it can be  
distributed at libraries, bookstores and adult learning centers, as  
well as in the classroom. It can easily be translated into any major  
language. We will do this for large orders.
  You may already know that Holt Rinehart & Winston is using one of  
Terrance Lindall’s Paradise Lost images in the 2009 high school  
textbook, Title: Elements of Literature, Sixth Course ISBN No.:  

  What we are offering to schools: An 11 X 17 inch full color  
broadsheet (see attached PDF). It is a unique folded broadsheet  
(folded to 5.5 X 8.5 inches) that contains the entire synopsized  
edition of Terrance Lindall’s rendition of John Milton’s Paradise  
Lost. The beauty of this edition is that it is complete with exciting  
images and is very inexpensive, such that schools can afford to hand  
it out free at the beginning of the English literature course to all  
the students in the class, inspiring their study of Milton’s work!   
Translatable into any major language. The cost to schools is $2 each,  
and for large enough orders, a further discount is possible.
Lindall’s art for Paradise Lost appears on the 2008 cover of Complete  
Poetry and Essential Prose of John Milton, Random House 2008. Edited  
by William Kerrigan, John Rumrich and Stephen M. Fallon Format:  
Hardcover, 1392 pages ISBN: 978-0-679-64253-4 (0-679-64253-6) THIS  
Oxford’s major exhibit “CITIZEN MILTON” at the Bodleian Library,  
Oxford has one of Lindall’s paintings on their web-site for their  
exhibit honoring Milton’s 400th birthday, on the page Exhumations and  
Destinies: ‘For Books are not absolutely Dead Things’
The  DVD movie of Terrance Lindall reciting Paradise Lost is also  
available to schools. For information on this DVD inquire at Milton at wahcenter.net
Sample video on Youtube:
Milton’s Paradise Lost

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