[Milton-L] "Fortune" in Renaissance literature
mgillum at unca.edu
Sun Jul 28 11:18:11 EDT 2013
So Lewis's Hermit claims that there is no such thing as Fortune (luck or
chance), rather all events are providential, but God works in a mysterious
way etc. I must say I prefer the view that Boccaccio shared with Milton.
On Sun, Jul 28, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Dario Rivarossa <dario.rivarossa at gmail.com
> By chance (or not??), in reading C. S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia, I
> came across this quotation that provides an interesting standpoint on
> our current issue, made by an author who surely had reflected on the
> Medieval and Renaissance worldviews a lot:
> "Daughter," said the Hermit, "I have now lived a hundred and none
> winters in this world and have never yet met any such thing as Luck.
> There is something about all this that I do not understand: but if
> ever we need to know it, you may be sure that we shall."
> ___"The Horse and His Boy," ch. "The Hermit of the Southern March"
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