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ISBN:0521518989
Author: Stephen B. Dobranski
ISBN13: 978-0521518987
Title: Milton in Context (Literature in Context)
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (February 15, 2010)
Pages: 550

Milton in Context (Literature in Context) by Stephen B. Dobranski



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Jeremy said: Met Stephen Dobranksi on Nov. 3, 2017, at SAMLA and he signed my copy. I think Dobranski studied under Rumrich at UT. He read a paper on a children's version of Comus. Read Donnelly's chapter on "Logic" probably sometime in 2015. Read the "Critical responses, recent" chapter probably around the same time. Read the chapter on "Visual Arts" on Nov.

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Dobranski teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in John Milton, early modern literature, and textual studies as well as introductory courses in British and world literature. His primary goal as an instructor is to help students think more critically by analyzing the subtlety and complexity of literary works within their cultural and historical contexts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

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Dobranski, Stephen . ilton, Authorship, and the Book TradeCambridge University Press 1999. Dobranski, Stephen . ilton in ContextCambridge University Press 2010. Evans, J. MartinParadise Lost and the Genesis ndon Press 1968. Fallon, Stephen . ilton among the PhilosophersIthaca, NYCornell University Press 1991. Loewenstein, DavidTurner, James GranthamPolitics, Poetics, and Hermeneutics in Milton’s ProseCambridge University Press 1990. MartinJohn Milton: Twentieth Century Perspectives New YorkRoutledge 2003. Milton and the VictoriansIthaca, NY, and LondonCornell University Press 2009.

John Milton is one of the most important and influential writers in English literary history. It describes essential details from Milton's biography, explains some of the cultural and historical contexts in which he wrote, offers fresh analyses of his major pamphlets and poems - including Lycidas, Areopagitica and Paradise Lost - and describes in depth traditional and recent responses to his reputation and writings.

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Milton in Context Dobranski Cambridge Academ 9780521518987 : Few early modern poets engaged more fully with their historical circumstances than John Milton. Описание: Supporting the study of English literature from the Middle Ages to the present, this book is designed as an introductory text AND a helpful reference tool for an entire English Literature degree.

Few early modern poets engaged more fully with their historical circumstances than John Milton. A pamphleteer, government employee, and writer of occasional verse, Milton did not retreat from public life even after his political hopes were dashed by the Restoration. This volume investigates the various ways in which Milton's works and experiences emerged from the culture and events of his time. In a series of concise, engaging essays, an international group of scholars examines both the social conditions of Milton's life and the broader intellectual currents that shaped his writings and reputation. A uniquely wide range of topics is covered: from biography to translations, from astronomy to philosophy, and from the English Church to the civil wars. Milton in Context is an accessible reference work that both students and scholars will turn to again and again to enrich their understanding of Milton's writings and his world.