[Milton-L] Not your mother's John Milton, but it is still "on topic"

James Rovira jamesrovira at gmail.com
Mon Apr 3 17:22:36 EDT 2017


Hard not to like the Blake-inspired illustrations at the end.

Jim R

On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 1:40 PM, Schwartz, Louis <lschwart at richmond.edu>
wrote:

> Scholarly discussion is, I agree, the heart of the matter, but I don’t
> think there’s anything “off topic” about notices of works of art that
> Miltonists might find interesting (from the artists themselves or from
> others).
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> Louis
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> Louis Schwartz
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> Professor of English
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> Chair, Department of English
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> University of Richmond
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> Richmond, VA  23173
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> Office:  Ryland Hall 308
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> *From: *<milton-l-bounces at richmond.edu> on behalf of "Richard A. Strier" <
> rastrier at uchicago.edu>
> *Reply-To: *John List <milton-l at richmond.edu>
> *Date: *Monday, April 3, 2017 at 2:36 PM
> *To: *John List <milton-l at richmond.edu>
> *Subject: *Re: [Milton-L] Not your mother's John Milton, but it is still
> "on topic"
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> Is this, in fact, "on topic"?
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> I look forward to scholarly discussion on the list, which I have enjoyed
> in the past.  Haven't seen much recently.
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> Richard Strier
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> *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
> *To:* milton-l at richmond.edu
> *Subject:* [Milton-L] Not your mother's John Milton, but it is still "on
> topic"
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> 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.
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> 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.
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> Book is about 1/4 complete. After that I do the illustrations. Can Milton
> "make humanity great again?" We will see!
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> Read on-line here: https://issuu.com/lindall/
> docs/milton_in_space_proposal_pdf_issuu
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> *Table of Contents*
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> *P 4                 Milton as father of Science Fiction*
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> *P 5                 Story Synopsis*
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> *P 6                 Introduction*
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> *P 7                 Yuko Nii Foundation Credit*
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> *P 8- 10         Episode One: Nervous Exhaustion  *
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> *P 11-12        Milton Awakes to a New Life*
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> *P 13-14        Interlude: The Indian Well of Peter Minuit*
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> *P 15-17        The Computer Reveals Vast New Realms*
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> *P 18               In The Air*
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> *P 19-24        The Curse of Diversity!*
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-- 
Dr. James Rovira
Chair and Associate Professor of English
Mississippi College
http://www.jamesrovira.com
Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety
Continuum 2010
http://jamesrovira.com/blake-and-kierkegaard-creation-and-anxiety/
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