Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)


Graduate School

First Advisor

John Seaman

First Committee Member

Louis H. Leiter

Second Committee Member

Lawrence J. Osborne


Because of the mainly scholarly studies of Milton’s works, and the many questions that have yet to be resolved, an annotated bibliography of Milton’s classicism is indispensable in enabling one to survey the ground that has been covered and to clarify the issues further. The observation that John M. Steadman makes about Paradise Lost also applies to Milton’s entire canon.

The items in this bibliography are organized in five categories: (1) epic, (2) tragedy, (3) prose, (4) minor poetry, and (5) general criticism. Listings within these categories are alphabetical.





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