The New England Milton Paperback
Literary Reception and Cultural Authority in the Early Republic
by Kevin Van Anglen;
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The New England Milton
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For Milton and his writings (particularly Paradise Lost) were themselves early manifestations of the continuing crisis of authority that later afflicted the dominant class and professions in Boston; and so, the Unitarian Milton, like the Milton of Emerson's lectures or Thoreau's Walden, quite naturally became the vehicle for literary attempts by these authors to resolve the ideological contradictions they had inherited from the Puritan past.
The New England Milton by Kevin Van Anglen was published by Pennsylvania State University Press in January 1993. The ISBN for The New England Milton is 9780271028279.
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|Author / Artist||Kevin Van Anglen|
|Publisher||Pennsylvania State University Press (January 1993)|
|Number of Pages||272|
|Page last updated||22nd March 2018|