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... to Voflius , and the third Salmasius ; that the book was in every body's hands ,
and there had been four editions in a few months , besides the English one ; that
a Dutch translation was handed about , and a French one was expected .
But it is utterly improbable , that so mean a performance , written in such
barbarous Latin , and so full of solecisms , should come from the hands of a
prelate of such distinguished abilities and learning . But , whoever was the author
of it , Milton ...
But Oliver Cromwell being dead , and the government weak and unsettled in the
hands of Richard and the parliament , he thought it a seasonable time to offer his
advice again to the public . He therefore in 1659 published A Treatise of civil ...
27. the books were burnt at the Old Bailey by the hands of the common hangman
. On Wednesday Aug. 29. the act of indemnity was passed , which proved more
favourable to Milton than could well have been expected ; for though John ...
... his unea lipess on account of the public affairs and his own , his age and
infirmities . his gout and blindness , his not being in circumstances to maintain an
amanuenfis , but obliged to make use of any hand that came next to write his
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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 ... Læs hele anmeldelsen