This volume contains a selection of essays presented at the 8th International Milton Symposium, -Milton, Rights and Liberties-, which was held in Grenoble, France, 7-11 June 2005. It was the first time ever that such a major event was organized in France, hence the volume's title. Moreover, Milton's writings influenced key figures of the French Revolution. The essays presented in this volume were written by emerging as well as confirmed Milton scholars from around the world. Topics range from Romanticism (Milton and Wordsworth) to a psychoanalytic reading of Milton, from the iconography of the garden in qParadise Lostq to the prosody of qSamson Agonistes, q from Derridean readings of Milton to Milton's presence in Brazil and China. Another volume of essays entitled qMilton, Rights and Libertiesq was published in 2007.qMentionnant expressAcment la#39;Eglise vaudoise, pour laquelle il avait une affection particuliAure, 10 Milton Acvoque indirectement la#39;Eglise ... De cette maniAure, le poAute devient un historien audacieux, car il Actablit un lien, il crAce une continuitAc historique entre la RAcformation ... An The history of the Bohemian persecution, from the begining of their conversion to Christianity in the year 894. to the year 1632.
|Title||:||Milton in France|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2008|