[Milton-L] Help my foggy brain
jleonard at uwo.ca
Fri Mar 30 08:41:05 EDT 2012
It's only fair to add that Empson himself refuted the notion of a Fall
before the Fall--but then Empson came at the problem in a novel way by
denying any validity to the notion of a Fall. In other words, Empson pushes
innocence forward rather than sin back.
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From: "Carrol Cox" <cbcox at ilstu.edu>
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> Blake, Shelley, Raleigh, Bell, Empson: All refuted and then refuted again
> and then refuted again and then .....
> And still they pop up to be refuted once more, and then ....
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