Paradise Regain'd; A Poem, in Four Books. to Which Is Added Samson Agonistes

Paradise Regain'd; A Poem, in Four Books. to Which Is Added Samson Agonistes : And Poems Upon Several Occasions Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1753 edition. Excerpt: ...this address to Sabrina it the nominative cafe, as head was better than Amoret's to the God of in the last but one. The fense and the river upon a like occasion, and syntax of the whole is, May thy Fletcher has no other advantage head be crown d round about with but that of writing first. Act 3. For Come, Lady, while Heav'n lends us grace, Let us fly this cursed place, Lest the sorcerer us entice 940 With some other new device. Not a waste, or needless found, Till we come to holier ground j I shall be your faithful guide Through this gloomy covert wide, . 945 And not many furlongs thence Is your Father's residence, Where this night are met in state... Many a friend to gratulate Hs For thy kindress to me shown, To crown her headtvith toilets is Never from thy banks be blown true imagery; but to crown her Any tree, with windy force, head upon her banks, will scarcelyCross thy streams, to stop thy be allowed to be so. He would course: therefore put a colon inllead of a May no beast that comes to drink, comma at the last line but two, With his horns cast down thy and then read brink; And here and there thy banks May none that for thy fisti do upon look, Be groves of myrrhc, and cin Cut thy banks to dam thy brook; namon. Barefoot may no neighbour wade d rf fc se se In thy cool streams wife nor maid, . Mmlls,, When the spawn on stones do lie, Manuscript, Song end: . To warn their hemp, and spoil 948. Where this night are met in the fry. state In the Manuscript it Mr. Seward farther remarks, that was at first, the construction of the two last of Where this night are come in Milton's lines is a little difficult. state. 9Si-Ml 951. AU the faains that near And then Exeunt, an#-thevfol His wisli'd presence, and beside gtQ All the...
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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236899490
  • 9781236899491