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In those poems and passages that stamp him great, the verses do not dance
interweaving to soft Lydian airs, but march rather with resounding tread and
clang of martial music. . . . In reading Paradise Lost one has a feeling of vastness.
No caverns, however spacious, will serve his turn, because they have limits. He
could practise this self-denial when his artistic sense found it needful, whether for
variety of verse or for the greater intensity of effect to be gained by abruptness.
|in our English heroic verse, such as Milton has composed it, there is a much
greater variety of feet, of movement, of musical notes and bars, than in the Greek
heroic ; and the final sounds are incomparably more diversified. My predilection
The Hebrew compositions were not in verse, and can be not inadequately
represented by the grand, measured prose of our English Bible. The verse of the
poets of Greece and Rome no translation can adequately reproduce. Prose
... heroic life of man. This was his poem ; whereof all his indignant pamphlets and
all his soaring verses are only single cantos or detached stanzas.
WORDSWORTH. FROM THE PEEFACE TO THE 1815 EDITION OF HIS 42
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This is by far my favorite edition of Paradise Lost. Since the text is full of archaic references, understanding what is meant can often be difficult (and result in a lot of trips to reference books ... קרא סקירה מלאה