[Milton-L] Milton-L Digest, Vol 96, Issue 13

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Fri Nov 14 12:33:38 EST 2014


Paradise Lost and the Cosmological Revolution: How I look forward to be reading this book! 


For those of you miltonists who are interested in a comparison between Dante, Milton and the Cosmos: Here are four great books (with my own ‘tags’) particularly on Dante and the Cosmos: 


Bemrose, Stephen 1983. Dante’s Angelic Intelligences. Their Importance in the Cosmos and in Pre-Christian Religion. Roma: Edizioni di storia e letteratura. [Tag(s): Analogues, Analogy, Angel(s), Angelology, Angels as form-givers, Angels as sphere-movers, Aristotle, Astral influence, Cosmos, Dantean angelology, (The) Dantean angels, Dante’s demonology, Myth(s), Myth in Dante, Prime matter] 


Boyde, Patrick 1981. Dante. Philomythes and Philosopher. Man in the Cosmos. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Tag(s): Cosmology, Cosmos, Creation, Man] 


Cornish, Alison 2000. Reading Dante’s Stars. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. [Tag(s): Angel(s), Aquinas, Astrology, Astronomy, Augustine, Beatrice, (The) Bible, Calendar(s), Cicero, Convivio, (The) Creation, (The) Date of the journey, Dawn, Divina Commedia, (The) Earth, Easter, Eclipse, (The) Equator, (Precession of) Equinox, God, (The) Heaven(s), (The) Hemisphere(s), (The) Horizon, Idea(s), Inferno, Journey, Love, Love as principle of movement (Aquinas), (The) Meridian, (The) Moon, Movement, Night, Noon, Orientation, Paradiso, (The) Pilgrim, (The) Planet(s), Primum Mobile, (The) Psalm(s), (Claudius) Ptolemy, Purgatorio, Reading, (The) Resurrection, (The) Star(s), Stelle, (The) Sun, Venus, Virgil, Virtue(s), Vita nuova, (The) World, Zenith, Zodiac] 


Lansing, Richard (Ed.). Dante. The Critical Complex [Eight Volumes]. Volume 3. Dante and Philosophy: Nature, the Cosmos, and the Ethical Imperative. New York & London: Routledge, pp. 117–142. [Tag(s): Delight, Justice of God, Divina Commedia, Divine Comedy, Punishment, Vices and Virtues] 


Sincerely, Asbjorn Bjornes, 

Norwegian dantista and self-proclaimed miltonist 




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Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2014 01:05:53 +0000
From: "Daniel W. Doerksen" <dwd at unb.ca>
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Congratulations, Dennis, on a book appearing just when scientists have for the first time landed an adventurous probe on a comet. You are uniquely qualified to write that book on Milton and the cosmological revolution. I look forward to reading it.


Dan Doerksen


Daniel W. Doerksen, Ph.D.,  Honorary Research Professor (English)
University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B. Canada
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Congratulations, Dennis. I have been waiting for this one and have very high hopes!

John Leonard



On 11/10/14, Dennis Danielson <danielso at mail.ubc.ca> wrote:
Dear Miltonists,

With apologies for self-promotion, I'd like to announce publication this week of my new book:

http://books.google.ca/books?id=YsPOBAAAQBAJ&redir_esc=y

The blurb you'll see here isn't quite accurate or up to date, but I'm intrigued (and a little appalled) that Google has somehow already run the thing through their scanner!

Best regards to all.
Dennis D

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Dennis Danielson
Professor of English
University of British Columbia
#397 - 1873 East Mall
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z1
home telephone: 250-655-7155
WEB: http://faculty.arts.ubc.ca/ddaniels/
Author:
Milton's Good God
The First Copernican
Paradise Lost and the Cosmological Revolution
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