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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)

John Milton (1608-1674)

(English poet, son of John Milton, London musician and scrivener; st. Christ's College, Cambridge, BA 1628, MA 1632; turned vs. Anglicanism, then private study at father's house in Horton, Buckinghamshire; tour of Italy late 30s; private tutor and active Protestant pamphleteer and polemicist in London; m Mary Powell, of Royalist family, 1643, estranged for some time, advocated divorce; reconciliation with wife, austere and authoritarian patriarch, militant masculinist, Independent critic of Presbyterians, Latin secretary to the Commonwealth, supported regicide, apologist of Cromwell; blind 1652; wife d. after childbirth, 3 surviving daughters; son John died; m. Katharine Woodcock, d. after childbirth; m. Elizabeth Minshull after Restoration (no surviving children from later wives); protected Royalists under war and Commonwealth and was protected by Davenant and Marvell after Restoration, fined but pardoned, abandoned political activity, private life as man of letters, historian, theologian and neoclassical poet, helped by his wife and visitors, organ player for recreation; suffered from gout, buried at St. Giles, Cripplegate)

Works

Early works

Milton, John. Milton Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge.

_____. "A Paraphrase on Psalm 114." c. 1623. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 9.*

_____. "Psalm 114." Greek poem. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 157-58.*

_____. "Psalm 136." c. 1623. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 9-11.*

_____. "Anno aetatis 16. In obitum Procancellarii medici." Latin poem. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 143-44.*

_____. "On the Death of a Fair Infant Dying of a Cough." c. 1625.

_____. Prolusiones Quaedam Oratoriae. (1. "Utrum Dies an Nox Praestantior Sit? 2. "De Sphaerarum Concentu." 3. "Contra Philosophiam Scholasticam." 4. (scientific). 5. (scientific). 6. "In Feriis aestivis Colleggii, sed concurrente, ut solet, tota fere academiae juventute." 7. "Beatiores reddit Homines Ars Quam Ignorantia.", etc.) Rhetorical exercises at Cambridge. In Milton: Private Correspondence and Academic Exercises.

_____. "Anno aetatis 17. On the Death of a fair Infant dying of a Cough." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 76-78.*

_____. "In quintum Novembris, Anno aetatis 17." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 144-49.*

_____. "Anno aetatis 17. In obitum Prasulis Eliensis." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 150-51.*

_____. "Elegia Prima." Late 1620s.

_____. "Elegia prima ad Carolum Diodatum." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 122-24.*

_____. "Elegia Secunda." Late 1620s.

_____. "Elegia secunda, anno aetatis 17. In obitum Praeconis Academici Cantabrigensis." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 124-25.*

_____. "Elegia Tertia." (On the death of Lancelot Andrewes). 1626?

_____. "Elegia tertia, Anno aetatis 17. In obitum Praesulis Wintoniensis." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 125-26.*

_____. "In Obitum Procancellarii Medici." Elegy. Late 1620s.

_____. "In Quintum Novembris." Poem. Late 1620s?

_____. "Elegia Quarta." Late 1620s?

_____. "Elegia quarta. Anno aetatis 18. Ad Thomam Junium praeceptorem suum apud mercatores Anglicos Hamburgae agentes Pastoris munere fungentem." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 127-30.*

_____. "Elegia Quinta." Late 1620s?

_____. "Elegia quinta, Anno aetatis 20. In adventum veris." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 130-33.*

_____. "Anno Aetatis 19. At a Vacation Exercise in the Colledge, part Latin, part English. The Latin Speeches ended, the English thus began." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 79-81.*

_____. "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity. Compos'd 1629." Ode. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 1-8.*

_____. "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity." From Poems. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1774-81.*

_____. "The Passion." Unfinished poem. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 12-13.*

_____. "Elegia Sexta." 1629?

_____. "Elegia sexta. Ad carolum Diodatum ruri commorantem." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 134-36.*

_____. "Elegia septima, Anno aetatis undevigesimo." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 136-39.*

_____. "In Proditionem Bombardicam." "In eandem." "In eandem." "In eandem." "In inventorem Bombardae." Latin poems. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 139-40.*

_____. "Natura non pati senium." Latin poem. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 151-53.*

_____. "De Idea Platonica." Poem.

_____. "De Idea Platonica quemadmodum Aristoteles intellexit." Latin poem. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 153-54.*

_____. (Anon.). "An Epitaph on the admirable dramaticke poet, W. Shakespeare." Sonnet. 1st pub. in Mr William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. (Second Folio). London, 1632. Variant version: "On Shakespeare. 1630." In Poems of Mr John Milton. London: Humphrey Moseley, 1645.

_____. "On Shakespear." Sonnet. 1630, pub. 1632. In D. N. Smith, Shakespeare Criticism: A Selection 1623-1840 7.*

_____. "On Shakespear." In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 18.*

_____. "An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W. Shakespeare." Sonnet. In The Norton Shakespeare. Ed. Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1997. 3360.*

_____. "On Time, Upon the Circumcision." Poem. c. 1631.

_____. "On Time." Poem. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 14.*

_____. "Upon the Circumcision." Poem. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 14-15.*

_____. "Ad Leonoram Romae canentem." "Ad eandem." "Ad eandem." Latin poems. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 140-41.*

_____. "Apologus de Rustico & Hero." From Poemata. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961.

_____. "An Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester." Poem. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 16-18.*

_____. "Song: On May Morning." In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 18.*

_____. "O Nightingale." Sonnet.

_____. "Sonnet X ('Daughter to that good Earl, once President')." (= "To the Lady Margaret Lay"). From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961.32-33.*

_____. "Sonnet I ('O nightingale, that on yon bloomy Spray')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 28.*

_____. "Sonnet II ('Donna leggiadra, il cui bel nome honora')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961.29.*

_____. "Sonnet III. ('Qual in colle aspro, a l'imbrunir di sera')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 29.*

_____. "Canzone" ('Ridonsi donne e giovanni amorosi'). From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 30.*

_____. "Sonnet IV ('Diodati, a te'l dirò con maraviglia,')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961.30.*

_____. "Sonnet V ('Per certo i bei vostr'occhi, Donna mia')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 30-31.*

_____. "Sonnet VI ('Giovane piano, e semplicetto amante')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 31.*

_____. "Sonnet VII ('How soon hath Time the suttle theef of youth')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 31.*

_____. "Sonnet VIII ('Captain or Colonel, or Knight in Arms')." (= "When the assault was intended to the city"). From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 32.*

_____. "Sonnet IX ('Lady that in the prime of earliest youth')." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 32.*

_____. 5 sonnets and 1 canzone in Italian. (Trans. W. Cowper).

_____. "Translation from Italian Sonnets." By Arthur Livingstone. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 557-58.*

_____. "On the University Carrier who sickn'd in the time of his vacancy, being forbid to go to London, by reason of the Plague." Poetic epitaph (on Hobson).. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 19.*

_____. "Another on the Same." (On Hobson). In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 19-20.*

_____. Arcades. Masque. Presented to the Countess Dowager of Darby at Harefield.

_____. Arcades. Masque. From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 33-36.*

_____. "At a Solemn Musick." Poem. Written c. 1631. In Poems. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 15-16.*

_____. "L'Allegro." Poem. Written c. 1631. From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 20-24.*

_____. "L'Allegro." From Poems. 1645. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1782-86.*

_____. "Il Penseroso." Poem. Written c. 1631. From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 24-28.*

_____. "Il Penseroso." From Poems. 1645. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999.

_____. "How Soon Hath Time." Sonnet. c. 1632, pub. 1645. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999.1812.*

_____. a Maske / Presented / At Ludlow Castle, / 1634: / On Michaelmasse night, before the / Right Honorable, / Iohn Earle of Bridgewater, Vicount Brackly, / Lord Praesident of Wales, And One of / His Maiesties most honorable / Privie Cousell. / Eheu quid volui misero mihi! floribus austrum / Perditus— / London: Printed for Hymphrey Robinson, / at the Signe of the Three Pidgeons in /Pauls Church-yard. 1637. (= Comus. Acted by Henry Lawes and the Earl of Bridgewater's sons and daughter. Music by Henry Lawes).

_____. "A Mask Presented at Ludlow-Castle, 1634. & c." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 43-75.

_____. "Ad Patrem." Latin poem. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 154-57.*

_____. "Lycidas." Pastoral elegy. 1637. 1st pub. in Justa Edovardo King naufrago, ab Amicis mœrentibus, amoris & mneàa$ cßein.. / Si rectè calculum ponas, ubique naufragium est. Pet. Arb. / Cantabrigiae: apud Thomam Buck, & Rogerum Daniel, celeberrimae Academiae typographos. 1638.

_____. "Lycidas." In Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645.

_____. The Lycidias & Epitaphium Damonis. Ed. C. S. Jerram. Longmans, 1874. (Reprints the Latin 1694 Lycidas pub. Hogg).

_____. "Lycidas." From Poems of Mr. John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 38-42.*

_____. "Lycidas." In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.1790-96.*

_____. "Lycidas." Transcript of selections from a ms. in Trinity College Library, Cambridge. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1.2890-91.*

_____. "Lycidas." Latin trans. by Hogg. 1694. In Milton, John. The Lycidias & Epitaphium Damonis. Ed. C. S. Jerram. Longmans, 1874.

_____. Epistle to Giovanni Battista Manso, Marquis of Villa. 1638.

_____. "Epitaphium Damonis." (on Charles Diodati). Latin elegy. 1639.

_____. "Epitaphium Damonis. In Milton, The Lycidias & Epitaphium Damonis. Ed. C. S. Jerram. Longmans, 1874.

_____. "Epitaphium Damonis." Pastoral. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 163-68.*

_____. "Philosophus ad regem quendam qui eum ignotum ..." Greek epigram. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 158.*

_____. "In Effigiei ejus Sculptorem." Greek epigram. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 158.*

_____. "Ad Salsillum poetam Romanum aegrotantem." Latin poem. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 158-59.*

_____. "Mansus." From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 160-63.* (Johannes Baptista Mansus).

_____. "Translations of the Latin and Greek Poems." By Charles Knapp. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961.

Works 1640-1660s

Milton, John. Of Reformation Touching Church Discipline in England. 1641.

_____. Of Reformation in England. 1641. In Complete Prose Works of John Milton. Ed. Don M. Wolfe. Vol. 1. New Haven: Yale UP, 1953.

_____. Animadversions upon the Remonstrant's defence against Smectymnuus. 1641. (Vs. Anglican apologists Hall and Usher, pro reformists Stephen Marshall, Edmund Calamy, Thomas Young, Matthew Newcomen, William Spurstow)

_____. Of Prelatical Episcopacy, and whether it may be deduced from the Apostolical Times, by virtue of those Testimonies which are alleged to that purpose in some late Treatises, one whereof goes under the Name of James Lord Bishop of Armagh. 1641. (Vs. Anglicanism and Ussher).

_____. The Reason of Church Government Urg'd Against Prelaty, by Mr. John Milton. 1641-42.

_____. The Reason of Church Government. In Milton, Complete Poems and Major Prose. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. Indianapolis: Odyssey, 1957.

_____. The Reason of Church Government. Select. in Gilbert, The Theory of Criticism from Plato to Dryden. 589-91.

_____. Preface to Book II of The Reason of Church Government. In The Personal Note. Ed. H. J. C. Grierson and S. Wason. London: Chatto, 1946. 57-70.

_____. From The Reason of Church Government Urged Against Prelaty. 1642. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1796-1801.*

_____. An Apology against a Pamphlet call'd a Modest Confutation of the Animadversions of the Remonstrant against Smectymnuus. 1642.

_____. "Captain or Colonel." Sonnet.

_____. The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce; Restored to the Good of Both Sexes, From the Bondage of Canon Law, and other mistakes, to Christian freedom, guided by the Rule of Charity. Wherein also many places of Scripture, have recovered their long-lost meaning. Seasonable to be now thought on in the Reformation intended. 1643.

_____. The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce. 2nd ed. 1644.

_____. The Judgement of Martin Bucer concerning Divorce. 1644.

_____. "The Fifth Ode of Horace. Lib. 1." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 82.*

_____. Tetrachordon: Expositions upon the four chief places of Scripture which treat of Marriage. 1644.

_____. "Sonnet XI ('A Book was writ of late call'd Tetrachordon;')." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 82.*

_____. "Sonnet XII. On the Same ('I did but prompt the age to quit their cloggs')." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 83.*

_____. Of Education. 1644. In John Milton: Complete Poems and Major Prose. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. New York: Odyssey, 1957.

_____. From Letter to Samuel Hartlie on Education. 1644. Fragment in The Great Critics. Ed. J. H. Smith and E. W. Parks. New York: Norton, 1932. 526.*

_____. Areopagitica: A Speech of Mr John Milton For the Liberty of Unlicenc'd Printing, To the Parliament of England. 1644.

_____. Areopagitica. In Milton's Prose. Ed. Malcolm W. Wallace. London: Oxford UP, 1925. 275-324.*

_____. From Areopagitica. 1644. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1801-11.*

_____. Areopagitica. In Paradise Lost. Ed. Gordon Teskey. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 2004.

_____. (Areopagitica. ) French trans.Mirabeau. 1788. 3rd ed. 1792.

_____. Colasterion. (Defense of The Doctrine and Discipline... ). 1645.

_____. Poems / of / Mr. John Milton, / both / English and Latin, / Compos'd at Several Times. / Printed by his true Copies. / The Songswere Set in Musick by / Mr. Henry Lawes Gentleman of / the Kings Chappel, and one / of His Maiesties / Private Musick. / —Baccare frontem / Cingite, ne vati noceat mala lingua futuro, / Virgil, Eclog. 7. / Printed and Publish'd according to / Order. / London, / Printed by Ruth Raworth for Humphry Moseley, / and are to be sold at the signe of the Princes Arms in S. Pauls Church-yard. 1645. / Joannis Miltoni londinensis Poemata. Quorum pleraque intra Annum aetatis Vigesimum Conscripsit. Nunc primum Edita. Londini, Typis R. R. Prostant ad Insignia Principis, in Coemeterio D. Pauli, apud Humphredum Moseley. 1645.

_____. Poems of Mr John Milton. Rpt. with additions in Poems 1673.

_____. Minor Poems. Fascsimile reprint of the 1645 ed Poems both English and Latin, compos'd at several Times. Noel Douglas, 1926.

_____. Poems of Mr John Milton: The 1645 Edition with Essays in Analysis. Ed. Cleanth Brooks and John Edward Hardy. New York: Harcourt, 1951.

_____. Poems of Mr John Milton. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. Helen Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961.

_____. "Jan. 23. 1646. Ad Joannem Rousium Oxoniensis Academiae Bibliothecarum." Latin ode. From Poemata. 1645. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 169-71.*

_____. Remarks on the Articles of Peace between Ormond and the Irish Rebels.

_____. "Ad Joannem Rousium." Latin ode (to John Rouse, Bodley's librarian).

_____. "Sonnet XIII. To Mr. H. Lawes, on his Aires." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 83.*

_____. "Sonnet XIV ('When Faith and Love which parted from thee never')." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 84.*

_____. "Sonnet XVII ('Lawrence of vertuous father vertuous son')." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 85.*

_____. "Sonnet XVIII ('Cyriack, whose Grandsire on the Royal Bench')." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 85-86.*

_____. "On the new forcers of Conscience under the Long Parliament. ('Because you have thrown of your Prelate Lord')." Expanded sonnet. c. 1646, pub. 1673. From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 86-87.*

_____. "On the New Forcers of Conscience under the Long Parliament." In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1812-13.*

_____. "April, 1648. J. M. Nine of the Psalms done into Metre, wherein all but what is in a different Character, are the very Words of the Text, translated from the Original." (Psalms LXXX, LXXXI, LXXXII, LXXXIII, LXXXIV, LXXXV, LXXXVI, LXXXVII, LXXXVIII). From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 97-110.*

_____. "Fairfax, whose name in armes thorough Europe rings." Sonnet. 1648. 1st pub. in Phillips' Life of Milton. 1694.

_____. "On the Lord Gen. Fairfax at the seige of Colchester. ('Fairfax, whose name in armes thorough Europe rings')." From the Milton Manuscript, Trinity College Library. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 87.*

_____. The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates. 1649.

_____. EIKONOCLASTES: in answer to a Book, entitled, Eikon Basilike, the Portraiture of his sacred Majesty in his Solitudes and Sufferings. 1649.

_____. Eikonoclastes. 1649. From The Prose Works of John Milton: With a Biographical Introduction by Rufus Wilmot Griswold. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: John W. Moore, 1847. In The Online Liberary of Liberty

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_____. Pro populo Anglicano Defensio. Political pamphlet. 1651. (Vs. Salmasius, pro Commonwealth).

_____. "In Salmasii Hundredam." Latin poem. From Defensio prop populo anglicano, 1651. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 142.*

_____. "Cromwell, our Chief of Men.." Sonnet. 1st pub. in Phillips' Life of Milton. 1694.

_____. "To the Lord Generall Cromwell May 1652 ('Cromwell, cheif of men, who through a cloud')." From the Milton Manuscript, Trinity College Library. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 88.*

_____. "To the Lord General Cromwell, May 1652." Sonnet. 1652, pub. 1694. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1813.*

_____. "Sonnet XVI ('When I consider how my light is spent')." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 85.*

_____. "When I Consider How My Light Is Spent." c. 1652, pub. 1673. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1814.*

_____. "On His Blindness." ("When I consider how my light is spent"). In Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense. By Thomas R. Arp and Greg Johnson. 8th ed. Boston (MA): Thomson Learning-Heinle & Heinle, 2002. 857.*

_____. "Vane, young in yeares, but in sage cousell old." Sonnet. 1st pub. in Phillips' Life of Milton. 1694.

_____. "To Sr Henry Vane the younger ('Vane, young in yeares, but in sage cousell old')." From the Milton Manuscript, Trinity College Library. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 88.*

_____. "Cyriack, this three years day these eys, though clear." Sonnet. 1st pub. in Phillips' Life of Milton. 1694.

_____. "To Mr. Cyriack Skinner upon his Blindness ('Cyriack, this three years day these eys, though clear')." From the Milton Manuscript, Trinity College Library. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 89.*

_____. "Psal. I. Done into Verse, 1653." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 89.*

_____. "Psal. II. Done Aug. 8. 1654. Terzetti." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 90.*

_____. "Psal. III. Aug. 9. 1653. When he fled from Absalom." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 90-91.*

_____. "Psal. IV. Aug. 10. 1653. From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 91-92.*

_____. "Psal. V. Aug. 12. 1653." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 92-93.*

_____. "Psal. VI. Aug. 13. 1653." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 93-94.*

_____. "Psal. VII. Aug. 14. 1653. Upon the words of Chush the Benjamite against him" From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 94-96.*

_____. "Psal. VIII. Aug. 14. 1653." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 96.*

_____. Defensio secunda. (The Second Defence of the English People). 1654.

_____. "In Salmasium." Latin poem. From Defensio secunda, 1654. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 142.*

_____. Auctoris pro se Defensio. 1655.

_____. (Attr.). Declaration of the Reasons for a War with Spain.

_____. "Sonnet XV. On the late Massacher in Piedmont. ('Avenge O Lord thy slaughter'd Saints, whose bones')." Sonnet. 1655, pub. in Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 84.*

_____. "On the Late Massacre in Piedmont." In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1814-15.*

_____, ed. The Cabinet Council. By Raleigh. 1658.

_____. "Sonnet XIX ('Methought I saw my late espoused Saint')." 1658, pub. in Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 86.*

_____. "Methought I Saw My Late Espousèd Saint." In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1815.*

_____. A Treatise on Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes. 1659.

_____. Considerations Touching the Likeliest Means to Remove Hirelings out of the Church. 1659.

_____. A Letter to a Friend concerning the Ruptures of the Commonwealth. 1659.

_____. The Readie and Easie Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth. 1660.

_____. Notes (upon Griffiths' The Fear of God and the King). 1660.

_____. Accidence Commenced Grammar. Schoolbook. 1661.

Paradise Lost

Milton, John. Paradise lost. / A / POEM / Written in / ten books / By John milton./ Licensed and Entred according to Order. / london / Printed, and are to be sold by Peter Parker / under Creed Church neer Aldgate; and by / Robert Boulter at the Turks Head in Bishopsgate-Street; / and Matthias Walker, under St. Dunstons Church / in Fleet-street, 1667. (Biblical epic in 10 books. 1st ed. in 6 issues, 1667, 1668, 1669. Quarto).

_____. Paradise Lost. / A / POEM / in / twelve books. / The Author / john milton. / The Second Edition / Revised and Augmented by the / same Author. / london, / Printed by S. Simmons next door to the / Golden Lion in Aldersgate-street, 1674. (New ed. in 12 books. With a prefatory poem by Andrew Marvell. 1674. Octavo).

_____. Paradise Lost. 12 books. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 175-448.*

_____. Paradise Lost. 3rd ed. 1678.

_____. Paradise Lost. (6 eds. before 1700).

_____. Paradise Lost. Ed. Jacob Tonson. With an epigram by Dryden. 1688.

_____. Paradise Lost. Notes by Patrick Hume. London: Tonson, 1695.

_____. Paradise Lost. With a Life of John Milton by Elijah Fenton. 1725.

_____. Paradise Lost. Ed. Richard Bentley. 1732.

_____. Paradise Lost. Facsimile of the 1732 edition. Ed. R. Bentley. Hildesheim and New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 1976.

_____. Paradise Lost. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. London: Oxford UP, 1961. 173-448.*

_____. Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. New York: Macmillan, 1962.

_____. Paradise Lost. Ed. Alastair Fowler. (Longman Annotated English Poets). London: Longman, 1971.

_____. Paradise Lost. Facsimile of the 1732 edition. Ed. R. Bentley. Hildesheim and New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 1976.

_____. Paradise Lost. In The Portable Milton. Ed. Douglas Bush. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976. 1981.

_____. Paradise Lost. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1989.

_____. Paradise Lost. Ed. Scott Elledge. 2nd ed. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1993.*

_____. Paradise Lost. Ed. Gordon Teskey. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 2004.

_____. Paradise Lost.

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_____. Paradise Lost. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Ed. M. H. Abrams, Stephen Greenblatt, et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 1815-2044.*

_____. Paradise Lost. In British Literature 1640-1789: An Anthology. Ed. Robert DeMaria. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996.* (Cut to Books 1-2 and 9-10 in 2nd ed., 2001).

_____. The Internet Paradise Lost. Ed. Jorn Barger. 2002.

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_____. Paradise Lost. 1674 ed. In John Milton Reading Room. Dartmouth U.*

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_____. Preface to Paradise Lost. In The Great Critics. Ed. J. H. Smith and E. W. Parks. New York: Norton, 1932. 527.*

_____. El Paraíso perdido. Trans. Dionisio Sanjuán. Introd. F. R. de Chateaubriand. Notes by Addison, Saint Maur et al. México: Aguilar, 1976.*

_____. El paraíso perdido. Ed. and trans. Esteban Pujals. (Letras Universales). Madrid: Cátedra, 1986.

_____. Paradise Lost. Introd. Fernando Galván. Trans. and notes Esteban Pujals. Madrid: Espasa Calpe, 2003.

_____. Paraíso perdido. Bilingual ed. Introd., trans. and notes by Bel Atreides. Barcelona: Galaxia Gutenberg / Círculo de Lectores, 2005.*

_____. (Paradise Lost ). Latin trans. by Hog.

_____. Preface to Paradise Lost. 1668.

_____. Preludes to Books III, VII and IX of Paradise Lost. In The Personal Note. Ed. H. J. C. Grierson and S. Wason. London: Chatto, 1946. 57-70.

Later works

Milton, John. "The Verse." Prefatory note to Paradise Lost, added 1668, with "The Argument", to the remaining copies of the 1st ed. of Paradise Lost. Rpt. 1674. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 180.*

_____. History of Britain. 1670.

_____. paradise / REGAIN'D. / a / POEM. / In IV books. / To which is added / samson agonistes. / The Author / john milton. / london, / Printed by J. M. for John Starkey at the / Mitre in Fleetstreet, near Temple-Bar. / MDCLXXI (1st ed., 1671).

_____. Paradise Regain'd. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 451-502.*

_____. Paradise Regained. Select. in Literary Criticism: Plato to Dryden. Ed. A. H. Gilbert. 1940. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1962. 594-95.*

_____. El Paraíso recobrado. Sansón Agonista. Bilingual ed. Ed. and trans. Joan Curbet. (Letras Universales). Madrid: Cátedra. 2008.

_____. SAMSON / AGONISTES, / a / dramatic poem. / The Author / john milton. / Aristot. Poet. Cap. 6. / Tragoudía mímesis praxeis spoudaias, &c./ Tragoedia est imitatio actionis seriae, &c. Per misericordiam & metum perficiens talium affectuum lustrationem. / london, Printed by J. M. for John Starkey at the Mitre in Fleetstreet, near Temple-Bar. MDCLXXI. In paradise / REGAIN'D. / a / POEM. / In IV books. / To which is added / samson agonistes. / The Author / john milton. / london, / Printed by J. M. for John Starkey at the / Mitre in Fleetstreet, near Temple-Bar. / MDCLXXI

_____. Samson Agonistes. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 503-51.*

_____. "Of that sort of Dramatic Poem which is call'd Tragedy." Preface to Samson Agonistes. 1671. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 505-6.*

_____. Preface to Samson Agonistes. 1671. In Literary Criticism: Plato to Dryden. Ed. A. H. Gilbert. 1940. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1962. 592-93.*

_____. Logicae plenior Institutio ad Petri Rami Methodum concinnata. 1672.

_____. Treatise of True Religion, Heresy, Schism, Toleration; and the Best Means to Prevent the Growth of Popery. 1670s.

_____. De Doctrina Christiana. Theological treatise (Unpublished until the 19th century).

_____. Poems, &c. / upon / Several Occasions. / by / Mr.John Milton: / Both English and Latin, &c. / Composed at several times. / With a samll Tractate of / Education/ To Mr. Hartlib / London, / Printed for Tho. Dring at the Blew Anchor / next Mitre Court over against Fetter / Lane in Fleet-street. 1673.

_____. "A Collection of Passages Translated in the Prose Writings." From Miscellaneous Poems. 1673. In The Poems of John Milton. Ed. H. Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961. 111-13.*

_____. (Latin collection of familiar epistles, with academical exercises). 1670s.

_____. History of Moscovia. 1682.

_____. Of True Religion. In Works. Ed. J. Mitford. 1851.

Miscellaneous and Collected works

Milton, John. Letters of State, written by Mr. John Milton. Ed. Edward Phillips. With a "Life of Mr. John Milton" by Phillips. 1694.

_____. Works. Vol 2: Five Tracts published between 1650 & 1660, to which is added a tract [ ] published 1673. Amsterdam, 1694.

_____. A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political, and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton. With a "Life of John Milton" by John Toland. 1698.

_____. Joannis Miltoni Opera Omnia Latina. (i - vi) Nunc primum junctim edita. Folio. Amstelodami: (no printer/publisher)1698.

_____. Milton's Minor Poems. Ed. Thomas Warton. 1790.

_____. The Poetical Works, with notes of various Authors, with some account of the Life and Writings of John Milton, The Second Edition, with a Verbal Index to the Whole of Milton's Poetry. Ed. Henry Todd. 7 vols. Jonson, etc 1809.

_____. The Poetical Works. Ed Henry Todd. 3rd ed. 6 vols. 1826.

_____. The Prose Works of John Milton: With a Biographical Introduction by Rufus Wilmot Griswold. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: John W. Moore, 1847

_____. Prose Works. Ed. J. St. John. 5 vols. Bohn, 1848.

_____.Works. Ed. J. Mitford. 1851.

_____. The Poetical Works. Ed. David Masson. 3 vols. London, 1874. (Globe Library ed.; Macmillan).

_____. The Lycidias & Epitaphium Damonis. Ed. C. S. Jerram. Longmans, 1874. (Reprints the Latin 1694 Lycidas pub. Hogg).

_____. Milton Anthology 1638-1674. Ed. Edward Arber. (British Anthology 6) Frowde, 1899.

_____. (Works of Milton). Ed. E. K. Chambers.

_____. The Works of John Milton. Ed. Frank Allen Patterson. 18 vols. New York: Columbia UP, 1931-8.

_____. Milton: Private Correspondence and Academic Exercises. Trans. Phyllis Tillyard, with a commentary by E. M. W. Tillyard. 1932.

_____. Prose. Ed. M. Wallace. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 1937.

_____. Complete Prose Works of John Milton. 8 vols. Ed. Don M. Wolfe et al. New Haven: Yale UP, 1953-82.

_____. Complete Prose Works of John Milton. Vol. 1. Ed. Don M. Wolfe. New Haven: Yale UP, 1953.

_____. Prose Writings. Introd. Kathleen M. Burton. London: Dent, 1958.

_____. The Complete Prose Works. Vol. 2. Ed. Ernest Sirluck. London: Oxford UP; New Haven: Yale UP, 1959.

_____. John Milton: Complete Poetry and Major Prose. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. Indianapolis: Odyssey, 1957.

_____. John Milton: Complete Poems and Major Prose. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. New York: Macmillan, 1985.

_____. The Poems of John Milton. Ed. Helen Darbishire. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1961.*

_____. John Milton: Complete Shorter Poems. Ed. John Carey. London: Longman, 1971. 2nd ed. (Longman Annotated English Poets). London: Longman, 1997.

_____. Sonnets / Sonetos. Sansón Agonista. Bilingual ed. Ed. and trans. Adolfo Sarabia Santander. Barcelona: Bosch, 1977.

_____. The Portable Milton. Ed. Douglas Bush. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976. 1981.

_____. Milton. Ed. Laurence D. Lerner. (Penguin Poetry Library). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Selected Prose. Ed. C. A. Patrides. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.*

_____. Selected Shorter Poems and Prose. Ed. Tony Davies. London: Routledge, 1988.

_____. John Milton (The Oxford Authors). Ed. Stephen Orgel and Jonathan Goldberg. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1990.

_____. Selected Longer Poems and Prose. Ed. Tony Davies. London: Routledge, 1992.

_____. Selected Poetry. Ed. Jonathan Goldberg and Stephen Orgel. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 1997.*

_____. The Riverside Milton. Ed. Roy Flannagan. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1998.

_____. Selections (inc. Lycidas, When I Consider.., Methought I Saw..., from Paradise Lost Book IV, from Areopagitica.). In The Arnold Anthology of British and Irish Literature in English. Ed. Robert Clark and Thomas Healy. London: Hodder Headline-Arnold, 1997. 390-419.*

_____. John Milton. Ed. Gordon Campbell. (Everyman). 1996.

_____. Political Writings. Ed. Martin Dzelzainis. (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought). Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

On Milton

Biography

Aubrey, John. "Minutes of the Life of Mr. John Milton." Fragment. From The Early Lives of Milton. Ed. Helen Darbishire. 1932. 13. In Milton: The Critical Heritage. Ed. John T. Shawcross. London: Routledge, 1970. 88.*

Birch, T. Life of Milton. 1738.

Campbell, Gordon. A Milton Chronology. Houndmills: Macmillan, c. 1998.

Campbell, Gordon, and Thomas N. Corns. John Milton: Life, Work, and Thought. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008.

Darbishire, Helen, ed. The Early Lives of Milton. 1932.

Dobransky, Stephen. "Milton's Social Life." In The Cambridge Companion to Milton. Ed. Dennis Danielson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999.

Eliot, George. "Life and Opinions of Milton." Leader 6 (4 August 1855): 750.

Fallon, Robert Thomas. Milton in Government. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1994.

French, J. Milton. The Life Records of John Milton. 5 vols. 1949-1958.

Hill, Christopher. Milton and the English Revolution. London: Faber and Faber, 1977. 1979.*

_____. Milton and the English Revolution. New York: Viking, 1977. 1978.

"John Milton." In Wikipedia: La enciclopedia libre.*

/wiki/John_Milton

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Johnson, Samuel. "John Milton." In Johnson's Lives of the British Poets Completed by William Hazlitt. London: Nathaniel Cooke, 1854. 2.11-62.*

_____. "John Milton." In Johnson, Lives of the English Poets. London: Dent, 1925. 1.55-114.*

Levi, Peter. Eden Renewed: The Public and Private Life of John Milton. 1996.

Lewalski, Barbara K. The Life of John Milton: A Critical Biography. Oxford: Blackwell, 2000, pbk. 2002.

Masson, David. Life of John Milton. 7 vols. 1859-94.

Parker, William Riley. Milton: A Biography. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1968.

_____. Milton: A Biography. Vol. 1: The Life. Rev. version by Gordon Campbell. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.*

_____. Milton; A Biographical Commentary. Vol. 2: Commentary, Notes, Index and Finding List. Rev. Gordon Campbell. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.*

Phillips, Edward. Life of Milton. 1694.

_____. (On Milton). From Theatrum Poetarum. 1675. 113-14. In Milton: The Critical Heritage. Ed. John T. Shawcross. London: Routledge, 1970. 84.*

_____. (On Milton). From "The Life of Mr. John Milton" in Letters of State, written by Mr. John Milton. Ed. Edward Phillips. 1694. In Milton: The Critical Heritage. Ed. John T. Shawcross. London: Routledge, 1970. 103-104.*

Saillens, Emilie. John Milton: Man, Poet, Polemist. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1964.

Skinner, Cyriac. (On Milton). From Anonymous Life. 1686? In The Life of Mr. John Milton. Bodleian Ms. Wood, D4. In Milton: The Critical Heritage. Ed. John T. Shawcross. London: Routledge, 1970. 95-96.

Toland, John. "The Life of John Milton." In A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political, and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton. 1698. Extracts in Milton: The Critical Heritage. Ed. John T. Shawcross. London: Routledge, 1970. 119-21.*

Wagenknecht, E. Personality of Milton. Oklahoma UP, 1970.

Wilson, A. N. The Life of John Milton. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1983. 1987.



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