"Still the most lucid, useful, entertaining introduction to Milton's poem anyone has contrived to write. Traditional literary criticism at its best."--Lance E. Wilcox, Elmhurst College
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Lewis has used less than 150 pages to define epic poetry through the ages and describe the means to understand and appreciate what the author intended in his writing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bull Run Bear
A literary analysis of Milton's "Paradise Lost" is not for everyone, but this is much better written than the sawdust-dry work of modern-day academic work.Published 5 months ago by Banjo
How can anyone do better than C S Lewis? This is the perfect book to understanding the importance of Paradise Lost for every reader.Published 7 months ago by Johnnie Seago
Scholarly but accessible treatment from Lewis. Unless you need as study tool of Milton, you might want to be fairly conversant with Lewis to enjoy, but I did.Published 13 months ago by Elron Sr
Having read nearly everything else by CS Lewis, I eagerly read this scholarly book, not one of his more popular titles. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Robert G. Leroe
The categories don't apply to C.S. Lewis, especially in an overview of Milton and Paradise Lost.
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