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This controversial pamphlet, entitled Areopagitica was written by John Milton in 1644. It argues against the censorship...
Book Created date: 1758
In this edition of Paradise Lost, the typefaces are the design of printer John Baskerville. Baskerville established a ty...
Book, Folio, Engraving, Illustration, Image
Artists have illustrated John Milton’s Paradise Lost more than any other poem in the history of English literature. This...
Book, Quarto, Illustration, Image
When Romantic artist John Martin (1789–1854) turned to illustrate John Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667), he produced a s...
John Milton wrote A Maske presented at Ludlow Castle (also known as Comus, a masque), in 1634. What is a masque? Mas...
Manuscript Created date: c. 1630–1650
This is John Milton’s commonplace book ‒ a handwritten compilation of quotes and notes from the books that he was readin...
Manuscript Created date: 17th century
This highly valued manuscript, owned by Trinity College, Cambridge, is John Milton’s working notebook. It has early note...
Book, Quarto, Manuscript Created date: 17th century
This Bible once belonged to the poet John Milton (1608–1674). The book reveals signs of regular use, with torn and worn-...
John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost was first published in 1667. This copy was printed in 1668, with an adapted titl...
Manuscript Created date: c. 1665
John Milton was blind when he composed Paradise Lost, so he had to rely on others to record his masterpiece for him. The...
Painting, Illustration, Image Created date: 1808
As a poet and artist, William Blake had a highly personal response to John Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667). According to...
Book, Folio, Print, Illustration, Image
This striking set of etchings illustrating John Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667) was produced in 1896 by the British print...