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Special Note: Issues of Milton Quarterly are now available on the web through Project Muse.  Check with your institution to see if you have access.

Barton, Carol. "'In this dark world and wide': Samson Agonistes and the meaning of Christian Heroism." (1999).

Barton, Carol. "'To stand upright will ask thee skill': The Pinnacle and the Paradigm." (2000).

Bear, Richard. "'Eden Rais'd in the Waste Wilderness': Milton and the Obedient Moment". 1992.

Blasi, Vincent. "Milton's Areopagitica and the Modern First Amendment." Yale Law School Occasional Papers, Second Series, 1: (1995).

Brown, Eric C. "Ovid's Rivers and the Naming of Milton's Lycidas." Early Modern Literary Studies 7.2 (September 2001): 5.1-3.

Campbell, Gordon, Thomas N. Corns, John K. Hale, David Holmes, and Fiona Tweedie. Milton and De Doctrina Christiana. A report about the authorship of De Doctrina Christiana. 5 October 1996.

Doerksen, Daniel W. "Milton and the Jacobean Church of England." Early Modern Literary Studies 1.1 (1995): 5.1-23.

Flannagan, Roy. " A John Milton Chronology." Paradise Lost. New York: Macmillan, 1993. 97 - 104.

Flannagan, Roy. A transcription of The First (Anonymous) Life of Milton. Milton Quarterly. 1995.

Flannagan, Roy. "Reflections on Milton and Ariosto." Early Modern Literary Studies 2.3 (1996): 4.1-16.

Fish, Stanley.  With Mortal Voice: Milton Defends Against the Muse ELH 62.3 (1995): 509-527.

Graham, Jean E. "'Ay me': Selfishness and Empathy in 'Lycidas'." Early Modern Literary Studies 2.3 (1996): 3.1-21.

Hale, John K. "England as Israel in Milton's Writings." Early Modern Literary Studies 2.2 (1996): 3.1-54.

Hale, John K. "Milton and the Sexy Seals: A Peephole into the Horton Years." Early Modern Literary Studies 1.3 (1995): 4.1-12.

Hart, Thomas E. "Milton's Eve and The Ramayana's Sita: Two Female Archetypes." (1995).

Hill, John Spencer. John Milton: Poet, Priest and Prophet, London: Macmillan Press (1979).

Luxon, Thomas. Bibliography of Recent Criticism. The Milton Reading Room (1997).

Marx, Steven. "The Prophet Disarmed: Milton and the Quakers" Originally published in the Winter 1992 edition of Studies in English Literature 1500-1800. (1996).

McColley, Diane.  Discography of Milton-Related Music. Milton Quarterly.

Richman, Gerald. "A Third Choice: Adam, Eve, and Abdiel". Early Modern Literary Studies 9.2 (2003).

Paradise Lost in the Context of Other Works. Computer Writing and Research Lab at The University of Texas at Austin (1996).

Sendbuehler, Frances. "Silence as Discourse in Paradise Lost." (1993).

Siemens, R. G. "Milton's Works and Life: Select Studies and Resources." (1999).

Simpson, Ken. "The Rituals of Presence in Paradise Regained." (2001)

Steggle, Matthew. "Paradise Lost and the Acoustics of Hell." (2001)

Vinovich, J. Michael. "Protocols of Reading: Milton and Biography." Early Modern Literary Studies 1.3 (1995): 2.1-15.

Wright, Helen. "L'Allegro, Il Penseroso ed it Moderato (Handel)." (performance review) (2000)

A brief Biography with portrait from the Institute and Museum of the History of Science of Florence, Italy. There is another link to a painting of the hypothetical meeting between Milton and Galileo.

Abstracts: Fifth International Milton Symposium (Milton Quarterly)

Last updated: 12-May-2009