Heirs of Fame: Milton and Writers of the English Renaissance
Heirs of Fame: Milton and Writers of the English Renaissance brings together a dozen essays by recognized scholars of the English Renaissance. Because each essay juxtaposes Milton with another major writer from the period, the volume should contribute to current efforts to place Milton in his historical period and culture. The contextualizing influences considered by the various contributors include politics, biography, Christian exegetical traditions, social and even academic contexts.
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Sidney Milton and the Phoenix
Of Prelacy and Polity in Milton and Hooker
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