Remembering and Repeating: Biblical Creation in Paradise Lost

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Cambridge University Press, 1988 - 144 oldal
As a reinterpretation of Milton, this study engages the ideas of Freud, Nietzsche, and Derrida. However, the author derives her thesis from Milton's own debt to ancient Biblical sources. The Bible, says Schwartz, offers Milton a pattern of repeated beginnings that informs his depiction of the universe and characterizes his poetic and interpretative processes. This original reading of the Bible enables a powerful rereading of Paradise Lost.

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And the sea was no more Chaos vs creation
8
The unclean realm
11
Cosmogonic conflict
24
Chaos and the fall
31
Secret gaze or open admiration The invitation to origins
40
Curiosity and knowledge
41
Things visible to mortal sight
53
Remember and tell over Creation in sacred song
60
Cosmic liturgy
77
Paradise Lost as hymn
83
Yet once more Recreation repetition and return
91
The Satanic will
94
Adamic return
103
Notes
111
Works cited
129
Index
137

Ritual recompense
66

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