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256 Pages | 8 illustrations

9 x 6 inches

ISBN: 9781949979725

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Locating Milton

Places and Perspectives

Edited by Thomas Festa and David Ainsworth

Clemson University Press in association with Liverpool University Press

  • The volume draws into relation a wide range of places, influences, and audiences to demonstrate both how John Milton has been influenced and how he in turn influences others
  • The volume brings together historical and historicized readings of Milton's works with current and presentist readings, demonstrating how these oft-contrasted approaches can complement and even build upon each other
  • The volume expands the understanding of space and place, opening up spaces ranging from mathematical models of reality to the projection of Milton's work and ideas into places ranging from the "new world" to communist Hungary to present-day Mississippi