A Milton Encyclopedia, Volumen5

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William Bridges Hunter
Bucknell University Press, 1978 - 215 páginas
This nine volume set presents in easily accessible format the extensive information now available about John Milton. It has grown to be a study of English civilization of Milton's time and a history of literary and political matters since then.
 

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