Milton's Epic Voice: The Narrator in Paradise Lost
by Anne Ferry
University of Chicago Press, 1983
Paper: 978-0-226-24468-6

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Although Paradise Lost is one of the greatest poems in the English language, it is also among the most difficult and intimidating, especially to unsophisticated readers. One of the most accessible critical studies of Paradise Lost—and one frequently recommended by those teaching Milton—is Anne Ferry's Milton's Epic Voice.
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
Anne Ferry is professor of English at Boston College.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Preface (1983)
    Acknowledgments
    Foreword (1963)
    Introduction: The Question of Meaning
    I. Tone—The Bird and the Blind Bard
    II. Point of View and Comment
    III. Simile and Catalogue
    IV. Sacred Metaphor
    V. Allegory and Parody
    VI. Vision as Structure
    Conclusion
    Notes
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