[Milton-L] Not your mother's John Milton, but it is still "on topic"
Richard A. Strier
rastrier at uchicago.edu
Mon Apr 3 14:36:27 EDT 2017
Is this, in fact, "on topic"?
I look forward to scholarly discussion on the list, which I have enjoyed in the past. Haven't seen much recently.
From: milton-l-bounces at richmond.edu [milton-l-bounces at richmond.edu] on behalf of Terrance Lindall [tlindall at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2017 1:22 PM
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Subject: [Milton-L] Not your mother's John Milton, but it is still "on topic"
Here is the latest iteration of John Milton in Outer Space. It includes Miltonist Biblical scholar Bienvenido Bones Banez's verses on diversity. Also the chapters argue why humanity and especially Western civilization is on the verge of extinction.
You will see why you will all need to get jobs as taxi drivers or flipping hamburgers at McDonald's in a few years when they eliminate the humanities as we used to know it. Do not kill the messenger please! Whether you believe any of the ideas or not, you might be amused.
Book is about 1/4 complete. After that I do the illustrations. Can Milton "make humanity great again?" We will see!
Read on-line here: https://issuu.com/lindall/docs/milton_in_space_proposal_pdf_issuu
Table of Contents
P 4 Milton as father of Science Fiction
P 5 Story Synopsis
P 6 Introduction
P 7 Yuko Nii Foundation Credit
P 8- 10 Episode One: Nervous Exhaustion
P 11-12 Milton Awakes to a New Life
P 13-14 Interlude: The Indian Well of Peter Minuit
P 15-17 The Computer Reveals Vast New Realms
P 18 In The Air
P 19-24 The Curse of Diversity!
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