"FOR CONTEMPLATION HEE AND VALOR FORM'D": THE DICHOTOMY OF THE ACTIVE AND THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIVES IN JOHN MILTON'S "PARADISE LOST," "PARADISE REGAINED," AND "SAMSON AGONISTES."

JOHN JAMES COGAN, Marquette University

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COGAN, JOHN JAMES, ""FOR CONTEMPLATION HEE AND VALOR FORM'D": THE DICHOTOMY OF THE ACTIVE AND THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIVES IN JOHN MILTON'S "PARADISE LOST," "PARADISE REGAINED," AND "SAMSON AGONISTES."" (1976). Dissertations (1962 - 2010) Access via Proquest Digital Dissertations. AAI7621742.
https://epublications.marquette.edu/dissertations/AAI7621742

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