[Milton-L] oops, I forgot one
J. Michael Gillum
mgillum at ret.unca.edu
Thu Oct 24 12:43:17 EDT 2013
Regarding the judgements of our era, contemporary readers are accustomed to
slippages in the mode of representation (CQ in *Lolita*, for example).
Maybe that's why I can enjoy the allegorical passages in PL while Johnson
I'm all for readers making judgements. But if we are taking the razor to
PL, I would start with big chunks of books 6, 11, and 12.
On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 11:42 AM, Gregory Machacek <
Gregory.Machacek at marist.edu> wrote:
> The Our-Critical-Judgments-Are-Determined-By-Our-Eraers (Horn). This is
> the era in which we live. What are we going to do but make this era's
> judgments? That we can't make transhistorically valid judgments means we
> can't make judgments?
> Greg Machacek
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