Milton stands alongside Shakespeare and the Bible in the power of CLIPPER
his verse and its continuing impact. He is one of the great voices
of English poetry.
Born in 1608, he is best known for his epic Paradise Lost, but most
of his writing life was spent composing shorter works. This
collection brings together his brilliant early poems, including Il
Penseroso, L’Allegro and Lycidas, as well as some of the finest and
most touching works of his maturity, such as On His Blindness and
Sonnet Upon a Deceased Wife.
This anthology will serve as an introduction, or as a reminder of
the range and variety of John Milton’s great gifts.
by John Milton
by William Shakespeare
by Unknown Author
by Seamus Heaney
by David Llewellyn
by Ted Hughes
by Agatha Christie
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