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Reviving Liberty

Radical Christian Humanism in Milton’s Great Poems

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$88.00 • £70.95 • €79.00

ISBN 9780674766976

Publication Date: 12/30/1988

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233 pages

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Hooker, Milton, and the Radicalization of Christian Humanism
  • 2. Satan and King Charles: Milton’s Royal Portraits
  • 3. Milton’s God: Creativity and the Law
  • 4. Milton’s Antinomianism and the Separation Scene in Paradise Lost
  • 5. Liberty under the Law: Samson Agonistes
  • 6. The Birth of Christian Liberty: Paradise Regained
  • Notes
  • Index

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