Recommended in Program(s): Challenge II
In this epic poem, Milton imagines an extended version of the Fall and Lucifer’s journey to tempt Adam and Eve. Readers delve into Milton’s take on these characters, exploring the ideas of freewill, omnipotence, and human nature. From a Christian worldview, students analyze the thoughts and strategies of the Enemy, as well as the structure of Milton’s poetic masterpiece. Notes by John A. Himes.
- 262 pages (465 including notes)
- © 2015
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