Paradise Lost Book 9 - Critics

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John K. Hale
'the felt presence of Latin diction and usage within the English interacting with it'
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Shelley
'Nothing can exceed the energy and magnificence of the character of Satan'
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A. N. Wilson
'Milton could scarcely write about rebellion' 'without secretly being on the side of the rebels'
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Stanley Fish
'seeing God as malevolent or Satan as attractive is simply an indication of a Fallen state'
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Chikako Tanimoto
Milton had 'patriarchal ideas about Eve's secondariness, inequality, inferiority and subjection to Adam'
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Blake
Milton was 'of the Devil's party without knowing it'
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A. J. A. Waldock
by Book IX Satan is little more than 'a helpless symbol, an exhibit, endowed with the capacity to point his own moral'
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Loewenstein
'the invocation' 'contains elements of tragedy'
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Loewenstein
'Eden' is a 'delight or place of pleasure'
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