jfleming at sfu.ca
Sat Jul 24 12:12:17 EDT 2010
what a great question -- and I certainly have no idea -- but if bets are open, I'm betting "no"
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From: "Horace Jeffery Hodges" <jefferyhodges at yahoo.com>
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Subject: [Milton-L] Nietzsche?
Did Nietzsche read Milton's Paradise Lost ? As one who wrote Beyond Good and Evil , Nietzsche would surely have had at least a latent interest in Milton's masterwork on the consequences of eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Can anyone direct me on this?
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