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  1. The Tale of Paradise Lost: Based on the Poem by John Milton by Nancy Willard, 2004-09-28
  2. Pivotal Decades: The United States, 1900-1920 by John Milton Cooper, 1990-09-17
  3. Paradise Lost (Dover Giant Thrift Editions) by John Milton, 2005-06-10
  4. John Milton: Life, Work, and Thought by Gordon Campbell, Thomas N. Corns, 2008-11-15
  5. John Milton Complete Shorter Poems
  6. The Complete English Poems (Everyman's Library classics) by John Milton, 1992-10-29
  7. John Milton: The Self and the World (Studies in the English Renaissance) by John T. Shawcross, 2001-10-19
  8. Poems of Faith (Dover Thrift Editions) by John Donne, Ben Jonson, et all 2003-01-16
  9. John Milton: A Biography by Neil Forsyth, 2009-05-01
  10. Paradise Lost (Norton Critical Editions) by John Milton, 1992-12
  11. The Greatest Networker in the World by John Milton Fogg, 1997-02-26
  12. The Life of John Milton, Volume 5 (of 7), 1654-1660 by David Masson, 2010-07-12
  13. Paradise Lost (Norton Critical Editions) by John Milton, 2004-12-15
  14. Works of John Milton. Including Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, Samson Agonistes, Areopagitica & more (mobi) by John Milton, 2008-11-20

21. Milton, John
Milton, John Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2009. Read Milton, John at Questia library.
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22. Griswold: Biographical Introduction To John Milton
By Rufus Wilmot Griswold, 1873.
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BIOGRAPHICAL INTRODUCTION. Rufus Wilmot Griswold
On the ninth day of December, 1608, John Milton was born in London. It was near the close of the golden age of England. Spenser had been dead ten years. Shakspeare was alive, but had ceased to write. Bacon was in the meridian of his power, but was known already to be one of the meanest of mankind, and neither his genius nor his station secured respect. The father of Milton had been disinherited for becoming a Protestant; but not until the completion of his studies at Oxford, where he was distinguished for his scholarship, taste and accomplishments. Deprived of his patrimony, he adopted the profession of a scrivener, in the practice of which he was so successful as to be able to give his son a liberal education, and at an early age to retire with a competence into the country. The instruction of Milton was carefully attended to: his private tutor was thomas young, a Puritan minister, who remained with him until compelled on account of his religious opinions to leave the kingdom. In 1624, soon after entering upon his sixteenth year, he was sent to Cambridge, where he was committed to the tuition of Mr. Chappell, afterwards a bishop, and the reputed author of The Whole Duty of Man . He had already made astonishing progress in learning. He was familiar with several languages, and with the most abstruse books in philosophy. Before he was eighteen, he studied critically the best Greek and Roman authors, and wrote more elegant Latin verses than were ever before produced by an Englishman.

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24. John Milton
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Timeline John Milton was born and educated in London, the son of a musical composer Milton made his way to Cambridge, where he studied at Christ`s College from which he took a BA received his MA from Christ`s College A dramatic masque Comus was performed although not published masque Comus was published anonymously His great pastoral elegy, Lycidas was published. this work expresses his grief over the loss of a college friend, Edward King. Milton began publishing pamphlets against the episcopal church and what he perceived as the unfinished English Reformation. Approx 1642 began work on what is concidered one of his greatest works, Paradise Lost Areopagitica , his famous defense of a free press Approx 1645 During the mid-1640s, he began to notice the deterioration of his eyesight. The deterioration of his eyesight continued until he was completely blind.

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British writer and poet who is best know for his "Paradise Lost," 1667. His work is generally regarded as surpassed only by Shakespeare. He was the son of a scrivener, one of six kids of whom three lived. He was a beautiful child with a good education who continued on to Cambridge where he lived so chaste a life that he was given the nickname of "lady." He lived at home from 1632-1638 when his mom died. As a gentleman, he traveled for a year. Puritanical and serious, he married 17-year-old Mary in early 1643. She left him one month later but returned in 1644. They had four kids, the first born in July 1646. One of the boys died and after the fourth birth in May 1652, Mary died. A tutor and writer, Milton was generally beset by money problems. He married his second wife on 11/22/1656 and was widowed a second time when she died in childbirth 15 months later. He married his third and last wife in February 1663; a young sensible girl, Elizabeth Minshull, who made his last years comfortable.

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    27. Milton-L: A Milton Chronology
    Timeline of the major events in Milton s life. From Roy C. Flannagan, Ohio University.
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    A J OHN M ILTON C HRONOLOGY by Roy C. Flannagan, Ohio University Originally published in Professor Flannagan's edition of Paradise Lost a division of Macmillan, Inc. Reprinted with the permission of the author.
      This chronology will be augmented and corrected for future editions of the Macmillan/Prentice Hall Paradise Lost . There will also be an expanded chronology based in part on the research of Gordon Campbell, in the Riverside Milton (scheduled for publication by Houghton Mifflin, December, 1997).
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    December 9. Born into the family of John Milton Sr., and his wife Sara, at the family home, "The Spreadeagle," Bread St., London. The large house is within several blocks of St. Paul's Cathedral and in a well-to-do mercantile neighborhood. John Milton Sr. is a prosperous scrivener-legal aide, real-estate agent, notary, preparer of documents, money-lender; he is also active as a composer of liturgical music. November 24. Brother Christopher born. Portrait painted by Cornelius Janssen (Leo Miller, Milton's Portraits 7-9). Milton is tutored at home by Thomas Young, a Scottish Presbyterian who will come to be identified with the Puritan movement. Young will present Milton with a Hebrew Bible and will trade Latin and Greek verses with him.

    28. L'Allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, And Lycidas By John Milton - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Milton, John, 1608-1674 Title L'Allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, and Lycidas Language English LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature Subject Cheerfulness Poetry Subject Melancholy Poetry Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Jan 1, 1996 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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    29. RPO -- Selected Poetry Of John Milton (1608-1674)
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    Selected Poetry of John Milton (1608-1674)
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    Let us no more contend, nor blame
    Each other, blam'd enough elsewhere, but strive
    In offices of love how we may light'n
    Each other's burden in our share of woe,
    Since this day's death denounc'd, if aught I see,
    Will prove no sudden, but a slow-pac'd evil, A long day's dying, to augment our pain, And to our seed (O hapless seed!) deriv'd. (Paradise Lost: Book X, 958-965)
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    December 9. Born into the family of John Milton Sr., and his wife Sara, at the family home, "The Spreadeagle," Bread St., London. The large house is within several blocks of St. Paul's Cathedral and in a well-to-do mercantile neighborhood. John Milton Sr. is a prosperous scrivener-legal aide, real-estate agent, notary, preparer of documents, money-lender; he is also active as a composer of liturgical music.
    November 24. Brother Christopher born. Portrait painted by Cornelius Janssen (Leo Miller, Milton's Portraits 7-9). Milton is tutored at home by Thomas Young, a Scottish Presbyterian who will come to be identified with the Puritan movement. Young will present Milton with a Hebrew Bible and will trade Latin and Greek verses with him. February 12. Admitted to Christ's College, Cambridge, under the tutor William Chappell.

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    32. Milton, John
    MILTON, JOHN Famous English poet and leader of Puritanism during the Great Rebellion; b. in London Dec. 9, 1608; d. there Nov. 8, 1674. He was the son of a scrivener of strong
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    MILTON, JOHN: . He was originally destined to a ministerial career, but his independent spirit led him to "prefer a blameless silence before the sacred office of speaking bought and begun with servitude and forswearing." He spent five quiet years at Horton in Buckinghamshire, reading and writing. To this period belong and Il Penseroso, Arcades, Comus , and Lycidas, all breathing the lofty spirit of his religious convictions. In 1638 and 1639 he traveled on the continent, coming into contact with such men as Grotius, Galileo, and Lucas Holete (q.v.), but was recalled by a rumor of the outbreak of the armed struggle for liberty at home. The next twenty years of his life were devoted almost entirely to prose work in the service of the Puritan cause. In 1641 and 1642 appeared his tractates Of Reformation touching Church Discipline in England, Of Prelatical Episcopacy, the two defenses of Smectymnuus, and The Reason of Church Government Urged against Prelaty. With frequent passages of real eloquence lighting up the rough controversial style of the period, and with a wide knowledge of ecclesiastical antiquity, he struck weighty blows at the intolerant High-church party which seemed to dominate the Church of England. The ill-success of his first marriage, with the daughter of a Royalist squire in Oxfordshire, who left him in a month, led him to write four tracts dealing with divorce, the first entitled The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce

    33. Paradise Lost Study Guide
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    34. John Milton - Biography And Works
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    John Milton (1608-1674) , English poet, wrote what many consider to be one of the greatest epic poems in the English language, Paradise Lost Farewell, happy fields,
    Where joy for ever dwells! Hail, horrors! hail,
    Infernal world! and thou, profoundest Hell,
    Receive thy new possessorone who brings A mind not to be changed by place or time. The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a Heaven of Hell, a Hell of Heaven. What matter where, if I be still the same, And what I should be, all but less than he Whom thunder hath made greater? Here at least We shall be free; th' Almighty hath not built Here for his envy, will not drive us hence: Here we may reign secure; and, in my choice, To reign is worth ambition, though in Hell:

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    36. Milton, John Definition Of Milton, John In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Milton, John, 1608–74, English poet, b. London, one of the greatest poets of the English language. Early Life and Works. The son of a wealthy scrivener, Milton was educated
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    37. Milton: Of Education
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    39. Of Education
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    Mr. Samuel Hartlib, to whom the following letter was addressed, was the son of a Polish merchant of German descent and an English mother. He lived in London during a large part of his life, and was actively interested in a vast number of educational and philanthropic schemes. It appears from the "Tractate" itself that he had requested Milton to put into writing some of the ideas on the education of a gentleman which they had from time to time touched on in conversation; and the present treatise is the result.
    This is indeed, as Milton confesses, "not a bow for every man to shoot in"; but as an ideal it is rich in both stimulus and practical suggestion.
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    John Milton was born in London in 1608. He came from an upper middle-class family and attended Cambridge University where he studied for the ministry and first began writing poems in English, Italian and Latin. After leaving university, he decided against becoming a priest and spent the next six years at home, writing L'allegro Il Penseroso Comus , and Lycidas , and pursuing his study of languages. In the late 1630s he travelled in France and Italy, where he met Hugo Grotius and Galileo Galilei, with whose struggle against censorship he sympathised. Upon his return to England, the outbreak of civil war put an end to his poetic career for twenty years. Milton was a strong supporter of Cromwell and the Puritans, believing that the people had a right to depose their rulers, and published many pro-Puritan pamphlets on various issues. But the definitive time in Milton's life came in 1651, when he lost his sight and rediscovered his gift for poetry. Paradise Lost , an epic that deals with the Fall from Eden, was first issued in 1667 and remains his most enduring work. Although the merits of Milton's writing were much debated in the centuries that followed, few question his status as one of the greatest poets in the English language.

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