Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature
Volume 46, Number 3, September 2013
pp. 141-157 | 10.1353/mos.2013.0031
This essay approaches Milton’s representation of the “blind bard” within the most personal literary mode of lyric (specifically, three sonnets) and through the figuration of blindness by his contemporary detractors in the service of suggesting how key terms of disability studies merge with literary elements, especially imagery and authorship.