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Paul Klemp

Paradise Lost: An Annotated Bibliography

by Paul J. Klemp

Paradise Lost by Paul KlempJohn Milton's epic poem, Paradise Lost, continues to generate large amounts of important scholarship, averaging one hundred books and articles each year. Paradise Lost: An Annotated Bibliography provides literary scholars and students at all levels with a comprehensive reference guide to the most important twentieth-century scholarship on this classic. It pays special attention to the important new approaches of the past quarter century including New Historicist, Feminist, and Marxist criticism. Each listing is annotated with content descriptions for reference works and summaries of the main arguments of analytical works. The bibliography is fully indexed by author and subject.

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"...provides clear abstracts of each study's focus and approach, with useful cross-references to related studies... "— AB BOOKMAN'S WEEKLY

"Selectivity and fuller annotations give somewhat better critical guidance than more comprehensive Milton bibliographies. Klemp's separate indexes of scholars and subjects, especially, give good access. "— CHOICE

"...not only did Klemp add to this volume, but he has made amends for some oversights...two detailed indexes, one of scholars and one of subjects, enhance the usefulness of this critically wrought bibliography. "— ARBA

"...the annotations are generous in length and informative to boot. Klemp has spared no pains in endeavouring to make this bibliography as comprehensive and useful as possible. "— REFERENCE REVIEWS

Format: Hardcover, 249pp. ISBN: 081083152X Publisher: Scarecrow Press, Inc. Pub. Date: June 1996 Edition Desc: Annotated

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E-mail Paul Klemp at: klemp@uwosh.edu

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