[Milton-L] Credited Wiki
lschwart at richmond.edu
Fri Nov 3 13:30:03 EDT 2017
I agree, too. And the accompanying text only deepens the impression. I admire and enjoy Terrance’s other works on Milton, but this one puzzles and appalls me.
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We may all have looked, but I would have to agree with Salwa about this portrait. It is appalling.
On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 12:53 PM, Salwa <skhoddam at cox.net<mailto:skhoddam at cox.net>> wrote:
Maybe I’m too sensitive, or maybe I misinterpreted it, but I’m insulted by Terrance Lindall’s Milton Portrait.
I do wish that such postings do not find their way into our Milton Discussion List. I do appreciate it though that the Wiki source was credited.
Salwa Khoddam, PhD.
Professor of English, Emerita
Oklahoma City University
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Subject: [Milton-L] Credited Wiki
I credited the Wiki source on my Wordpress site and WIX Site. Thanks for pointing out my sloppiness. At the glorious age of 73 one gets a bit lazy.
I used to be a good scholar, original research, solid reasoning and meticulous crediting. Strong suit was logic. My Milton professor said in praise on my final exam that I still have in my archives, "Milton would have reasoned thus!" Graduated Magna Cum Laude with double majors and a double minor.
I see Wordpress got over 90 views on that one day. Thanks for looking.
Have you seen my latest Milton Portrait:
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