Milton and the Ends of Time

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Juliet Cummins
Cambridge University Press, 2011 M02 17 - 266 pages
A team of leading international scholars addresses Milton's treatment of millennial and apocalyptic ideas, topics of major importance in the religious and philosophical thought of his day. With wide-ranging ramifications for the interpretation of Milton's poetry and prose, his speculations on the ends of time played a vital part in shaping the Miltonic quest and vision. This collection provides a broad range of approaches to studying Milton, including the visual arts, politics and theology, and science.

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