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Paradise Lost -II – John Milton – By – B. B. Jain

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Paradise Lost – II *,  Original Author –  Milton , Author – Dr. B.B. Jain, Isbn Code – 978-81-89770-55-6

General Introduction

The Age of Milton

Milton’s Life

Milton’s Personality and Character

Milton’s Principal Works

Milton as a Poet—Chief Characteristics of His Poetry

Sublimity in Milton’s Poetry

The Blending of Renaissance and Reformation Elements

The Renaissance Elements in Milton’s Poetry

Puritanical Elements in Milton’s Poetry

Milton’s Cosmology

Milton’s Grand Imagery

Milton’s Similes

Milton’s Grand Style

Milton’s Style and Diction

Milton’s Art of Versification

Milton’s Latinism

Milton’s Place in the History of English Poetry

An Estimate of Milton as a Poet

Introduction to Paradise Lost

Outline of the Complete Story of Paradise Lost

The Concept of Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost as a Myth

Sources of Paradise Lost

Significance of the fall of Man

Adam and Eve in Paradise

The Relationship of Man to Woman

Adam and Eve’s Gratitude to God

Paradise Lost as an Epic

The Hero of Paradise Lost

Satan as the Hero of Paradise Lost

Character of Satan

The Impact of Renaissance on Paradise Lost

The Impact of Reformation on Paradise Lost

Autobiographical Elements in Paradise Lost

Human Interest in Paradise Lost

The Principle of Free Will and Divine Justice

Select Criticism on Milton and His Art

Introduction to ‘Paradise Lost, Book II’

It’s Connection with Book I

It’s Theme or Argument

Satan in Book ll

Satan as the Hero of ‘Paradise Lost’ (With Special Reference to Book II)

Milton and Satan.

Characters

Allegory of Sin and Death

Satan’s Voyage

Satan’s Associates and Followers

The Pastimes of the Fallen Angels

The Debate in Hell or The Council of Fallen Angles in Hell.

The Use of Images in Book ll

The Use of Homeric Similes in Book ll

Epic Features in Book ll

Text with Complete Paraphrase

Notes and References

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Paradise Lost – Ii *,  Original Author –  Milton , Author – Dr. B.B. Jain, Isbn Code – 978-81-89770-55-6

General Introduction

The Age of Milton

Milton’s Life

Milton’s Personality and Character

Milton’s Principal Works

Milton as a Poet—Chief Characteristics of His Poetry

Sublimity in Milton’s Poetry

The Blending of Renaissance and Reformation Elements

The Renaissance Elements in Milton’s Poetry

Puritanical Elements in Milton’s Poetry

Milton’s Cosmology

Milton’s Grand Imagery

Milton’s Similes

Milton’s Grand Style

Milton’s Style and Diction

Milton’s Art of Versification

Milton’s Latinism

Milton’s Place in the History of English Poetry

An Estimate of Milton as a Poet

Introduction to Paradise Lost

Outline of the Complete Story of Paradise Lost

The Concept of Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost as a Myth

Sources of Paradise Lost

Significance of the fall of Man

Adam and Eve in Paradise

The Relationship of Man to Woman

Adam and Eve’s Gratitude to God

Paradise Lost as an Epic

The Hero of Paradise Lost

Satan as the Hero of Paradise Lost

Character of Satan

The Impact of Renaissance on Paradise Lost

The Impact of Reformation on Paradise Lost

Autobiographical Elements in Paradise Lost

Human Interest in Paradise Lost

The Principle of Free Will and Divine Justice

Select Criticism on Milton and His Art

Introduction to ‘Paradise Lost, Book II’

It’s Connection with Book I

It’s Theme or Argument

Satan in Book ll

Satan as the Hero of ‘Paradise Lost’ (With Special Reference to Book II)

Milton and Satan.

Characters

Allegory of Sin and Death

Satan’s Voyage

Satan’s Associates and Followers

The Pastimes of the Fallen Angels

The Debate in Hell or The Council of Fallen Angles in Hell.

The Use of Images in Book ll

The Use of Homeric Similes in Book ll

Epic Features in Book ll

Text with Complete Paraphrase

Notes and References

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 2 cm
Cover Type

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