For John Milton, literature, faith, and politics were inseparable. How do Milton s sonnets shape or reflect society?
In his sonnets, Milton expresses his need to reject his faith in order to achieve distinction.
In his sonnets, Milton expresses both his satisfaction with his accomplishments and his devotion to God.
In his sonnets, Milton expresses his dissatisfaction with the level of
In his sonnets, Milton expresses both his strong commitment to his faith and his doubts about his abilities.
There could not have been a greater mistake or a more unjust piece of criticism than to suppose that Milton only shone on great subjects, and that on ordinary occasions and in familiar life his mind was unwieldy, [ averse to the cultivation of grace and elegance, and unsusceptible of harmless pleasures. - See more at: ]
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