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              【線上講座】Paradise Lost: Miltonic Language and the Grand Style

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              布里斯托大學線上講座| Paradise Lost: Miltonic Language and the Grand Style

              英國布里斯托大學將于202141日(周四)下午5點(北京時間)舉辦線上講座,請感興趣的師生自行點擊鏈接,注冊參會。

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              Paradise Lost: Miltonic Language and the Grand Style
              This lecture will think about John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost, and what scholars have traditionally said about Milton’s language and style. It is fair to say that whereas the poem has long been admired (and is indeed one of the most famous poems in the English tradition), Milton’s style has long troubled scholars, not least because it was once seen as somehow ‘un-English’. I will think about three issues more closely: syntax, puns, and epic similes. This lecture will then deal with close reading strategies for this poem for students who may already have read Paradise Lost (or parts of it!), but also appeal more broadly, in that it thinks about poetic language and the business of literary appreciation throughout the ages.

              Date: 1 April 2021
              Time: 10:00 GMT
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