Cover

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Front Matter

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Contents

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Abbreviations of Milton’s Writings

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pp. ix-x

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Preface

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pp. xi-xvi

A Variorum Commentary on the Poems of John Milton has been a work in progress for over half a century. Another step in bringing closure to that monumental work, this volume on Book 4 of Paradise Lost, like the volume on Samson Agonistes published by Duquesne University Press in 2009, is a tangible sign of the scholarly continuity that exists between...

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Acknowledgments

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pp. xvii-xviii

I most gratefully acknowledge the advice, encouragement, and support of those colleagues and friends who have helped to make this publication possible. Several research grants awarded by the Research Allocation Committee at the University of New Mexico permitted me to undertake the early work on this book at the Huntington Library in San Marino...

A Note on the Annotations

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pp. xix-xx

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Paradise Lost, Book 4

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pp. 1-464

1–12. Book 4 opens with the narrator invoking the voice of John the Divine in the book of Revelation, and that association has received sustained critical attention. While Patrick Hume (131) explains that John the Divine and John the writer of the Gospel are one and the same...

Bibliography

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pp. 465-494

Index

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pp. 495-508