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Milton’s gratuitously abundant references to Greek myth and wordy commitment to form made this book challenging to enjoy. The fact is the poem bores me to tears.
Izgubljeni raj by John Milton (2 star ratings)
It was fun to recognize all the traditional elements of miltton I saw with Homer and Virgil incorporated into the quintessentially Christian story of Adam and Eve: Anyway, the part that sticks with me the best is where Adam is sort of shouting at Eve, giving this awfully misogynistic and abusive speech, and she responds to it in a soft and humble sort of way instead of shouting back, which then makes Adam stop his caterwauling and turn all protective and solicitive toward her once more.
Inextricably linked with Guilt, as opposed to noble societal Shame. Both the Iliad and the Aeneid are essentially about battles.
But again, this view has real, harmful impacts on human beings and our planet, every day. Glad I read it. Sure, some bits were clever.
And I guess I knew it was going to happen, but I was so unprepared for the degree to which PL is so absolutely misogynistic. Still, I am not too sure how much more I can get out of this epic poem. Honestly, I don’t think God or Satan comes out looking particularly noble. Satan’s speeches are amazing, and Milton’s version of the fall of Eve is infinitely better than the Bible’s.
Milton imitates Latin grammar, in which word order barely matters. Other books in the series. Biblical tales, or retellings like this one, don’t make any sense even when read as a piece of fantasy literature. Maybe when the beliefs that knowledge is dangerous or evil and women are inherently inferior or sinful are truly relegated to the dustbin of failed historical ideas, I’ll be able to read Milton a little more dispassionately.
Not to mention this was an interesting book in general just by making you think – I would describe this more but it’s 2: She in turn deceives Adam ostensibly out of love, because she doesn’t want to die without himand the die is cast.
Just maybe they feel that listening to a female deep down a woman is trying to be their god. I did plod through this epic poem because I thought I had been missing something. However, Milton greatly influenced the Romantic poets and even how many Christians see the story of Adam and Eve and Satan.
While Milton realizes that in Death lies Meaning, his characterization of Meaning is much too eschatologic and depressing. The wife, where danger or dishonor lurks, Safest and seemliest by her husband staies, Who guards her, or with her the worst endures. I’d read it once straight through without …more Certainly.
Women experience izggubljeni discrimination in various forms when people believe that they are “naturally” the weaker sex, the less intellectual sex, the ones given to scheming and use of their physical imlton to beguile and mislead men. Milton makes me want to run back into Ben Jonson’s literary arms a I was surprised by how many positive reviews Paradise Lost has here on Goodreads.
Dzon Milton – Izgubljeni Raj I
MUCH better than expected 3. The story itself is complete and coherent. HardcoverPosebna izdanjapages. It’s a weird tendency in the Christian world: But after the Father and Son flatly quote doctrine to each other for a few pages, I was no better off.
View all 4 comments. In some parts I giggled at Milton’s picture he painted other parts I was saddened. Among other things, according to Milton, “God the Son” who would become Jesus was really the Creator.
All in all, I’m glad I finished it, I’m glad that I read it, and now I never want to look at it ever again. Paradise Lost – Spoilers 17 89 Oct 24, Satan is undoubtedly the most compelling character in the saga, a discomfiting fact.
The writing is a solid 5 stars because I can really see that this is a masterpiece! But Milton does portray him as being conflicted, a izgkbljeni which makes him more interesting than the one-dimensional good guys.
Seriously, you can probably just read Book IX and be done with it.
Unlike the case with Homer, I can’t blame an initial negative reaction to Milton as the result of being forced to read him in school, a lack of maturity or a bad translation. Didn’t he write for the MASS? Support materials include a biography of Milton, an overview of the religious, political, and literary trends of his time, Biblical excerpts that had the strongest influence on his poem, and critical commentary on Milton ranging from Voltaire to Virginia Woolf to Harold Bloom.
What really struck me except the fact that he wrote the entire poem in his head since he was blind at the time was Milton’s skill of writing character.