In Paradise Lost, Hell and Heaven are symbols of evil and good; wickedness and innocence; stubbornness and repentance; punishment and reward.
Category: John Milton
Satan’s Character in Paradise Lost Book 1 | Character Analysis
In Book 1 of Paradise Lost, Milton gives Satan’s character epic attributes such as great leader, brave general, rebel and indomitable hero.
Milton’s Grand Style in Paradise Lost | Epic Style of Writing
T.S. Eliot is the one who criticised him the most due to artificiality and fabrication in Milton’s grand style in Paradise Lost.
Discuss Paradise Lost as a Classical Epic | John Milton
Paradise Lost is classical epic as it is a long narrative poem, has grand style, heroic figures, may discuss grand themes and lofty settings.
On his Blindness John Milton Analysis | When I Consider How My Light Is Spent
John Milton wrote “On his Blindness” or ” When I Consider How My Light Is Spent” when he had to choose one situation between the two after deep analysis.
Paradise Lost As a Renaissance Epic | Elements of Renaissance
Certain elements of “Paradise Lost” are evident that Milton was a poet of renaissance and the poem falls in the class of renaissance epic.