Criticism of On His Blindnessby John Milton

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English

 

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Ronnie R

 

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February 25, 2017

 

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(Milton himself went on to write his twelve-book epic poem, "Paradise Lost," after becoming blind.) The first line reflects on the way that Milton conceives his blindness: "When I consider how my light is spent" He seems to place special care in the word spent.I see this as how he portrays the nature of how his light is gone and gives it a likeness to the way in which money is spent because there is the choice to spend and retain money for longer or to spend it all at once and never be able to get the money spent back...
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He is best known for Paradise Lost, which is generally regarded as the greatest epic poem in the English language. Milton's prose works, however, are also important as a valuable interpretation of the Puritan revolution, and they have their place in modern histories of political and religious thought...
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