[Milton-L] Query: Milton's Allegorical Truth

Brendan Prawdzik brendanprawdzik at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 17:10:35 EST 2012


Hi Lily,

Be sure to check out

Victoria Kahn, "Allegory and the Sublime in *Paradise Lost"*
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here's a link found online: http://www.hu.mtu.edu/~rlstrick/rsvtxt/kahn.pdf
Best,

Brendan Prawdzik



On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 5:09 PM, Do, Lilly <Lily.Do at enmu.edu> wrote:

>  Hello, everybody,
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> 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.
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> Thank you,
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> Lilly
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