By John Milton, notes by N. A. Woychuk, edited by David Quine
Paperback, 319 pages
The renowned Puritan poet explores the fall of mankind, with notes by Dr. Woychuk.
The main body of each page presents the original text of Paradise Lost in a clear, easy-to-read format. The outside margins contain summary headings, definitions, and other helps. Since most of the words in the English language have had multiple definitions over time, the definitions given in the margins attempt to capture as closely as possible the meaning intended by the author in the given context. Use these notes as a beginning to your study of this book.
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