Xist Publishing, 8 ביוני 2015 - 279 עמודים
An Epic Poem on an Even Grander Scale
“Better to reign in Hell, than to serve in Heaven.” ― John Milton, Paradise Lost
In John Milton's Paradise Lost, the author tells the story of the fall of man, developing characters from the familiar Biblical narrative.
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... for now the thought Both of lost happiness and lasting pain Torments him; round he throws his baleful eyes That witness'd huge affliction and dismay ...
... United thoughts and counsels, equal hope, And hazard in the Glorious Enterprize, Joynd with me once, now misery hath joynd In equal ruin: into what Pit ...
... troubl'd thoughts, and chase Anguish and doubt and fear and sorrow and pain From mortal or immortal minds. Thus they Breathing united force.
Thus they Breathing united force with fixed thought Mov'd on in silence to soft Pipes that charm'd Thir painful steps o're the burnt soyle; and now Advanc't ...
But these thoughts Full Counsel must mature: Peace is despaird, For who can think Submission? Warr then, Warr Open or understood must be resolv'd.