[Milton-L] Query: Milton's Allegorical Truth
jamesrovira at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 18:14:08 EST 2012
Lily -- other listmembers will undoubtedly direct you to some good
sources. I'd like to direct you to a discussion on this list within the
last two years or so. Look up posts by Harold Skulsky. May not be
directly on topic, but they should be helpful to you.
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 6:09 PM, Do, Lilly <Lily.Do at enmu.edu> wrote:
> Hello, everybody,
> I'm a graduate student who's writing a research paper on Milton's use of
> allegories within *Paradise Lost*. If allegories are a mediator between
> the human mind and concepts that are considered to be beyond human
> understandings, I'm trying to find out what role the allegorical characters
> Sin and Death play in a narrative that stresses the intellectual sin of
> desiring knowledge that goes beyond the bounds that God sets in place. If
> anyone can suggest some sources that will help in my research, I would be
> really appreciative.
> Thank you,
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