Fellowship in Paradise Lost: Vergil, Milton, Wordsworth, Volume 97
Rodopi, 1995 - Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature - 314 pages
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SATAN IN HELL
ADAM AND EVE IN PARADISE
PARADISE LOST AND THE PRELUDE
VERBAL PARALLELS BETWEEN
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accordance Adam and Eve Adam's adjective Aeneas Aeneid ambiguity angel apparent argue argument aspect beauty beginning called chapter close context criticism death delight describes Dido Dido's discussion divine dramatic irony earlier earth editors emphasized epic equal Eve's evil expressed fall final fire give God's grace hand happy Heav'n hell heroic human Hume imitations indicate instance intended Italy later Latin leave less light lines liquid looks man's means Milton's mind namely narrator narrator's nature observed obvious Paradise Lost parallel particular passage perhaps phrase position prelapsarian Prelude present proem quoted Raphael reading reason reference relevant respect role romance Satan says scene seems sense similar sole speaking specific speech story suggests tells thee things thinking thir thou thought turn verbal parallels Vergil's Vergilian parallels woman words Wordsworth
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