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Paradise Lost and the Divine Comedy: A Comparative Study

Hitesh Parmar (Author)
Synopsis The object of this book is to present Dante’s and Milton’s attitude towards philosophy. An attempt has been made by the author to present the widest possible spectrum of philosophical and metaphysical thoughts presented by Dante and Milton in The Divine Comedy and Paradise Lost respectively. However, his chief endeavour in this work has not been to point out or classify Dante’s and Milton’s philosophical ideas only, but to show how successfully these two great poets harmonized and reconciled poetry and philosophy in their poems. A greatly successful fusion of poetry and philosophy marks a singular achievement of Dante and Milton. Much has been written on Dante’s and Milton’s language, and on the themes of their poems, but this fusion of poetry and philosophy has received relatively less attention. It should, therefore be relevant and rewarding to explore a little more closely this aspect of Dante’s and Milton’s work. In this ambitious work author has tried his best to show how poetry and philosophy can go together hand in hand without any genuine clash or conflict.
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Title Paradise Lost and the Divine Comedy: A Comparative Study
Author Hitesh Parmar
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8176253200
length vi+181p.