Because i was interested in greenblatts account of john miltons inner spirit helper known as urania i subsequently became fascinated with the title of gordon teskeys book delirious milton the fate of the poet in modernity harvard university press 2006. Delirious milton the fate of the poet in modernity gordon teskey add to cart inspired in part by the architectural theorist rem koolhaass delirious new york is that miltons creative power is drawn from a rift at the center of his consciousness over the question of creation itself this rift forces the poet to oscillate deliriously . Along with martin a larsons the modernity of milton a theological and philosophical interpretation 1927 and matthew jordans milton and modernity politics masculinity and paradise lost 2001 gordon teskeys delirious milton the fate of the poet in modernity 2006 is one of a trilogy of books each of them embracing milton as a poet . Composed after the collapse of his political hopes miltons great poems paradise lost paradise regained and samson agonistes are an effort to understand what it means to be a poet on the threshold of a post theological world the argument of delirious milton inspired in part by the . Delirious milton the fate of the poet in modernity gordon teskey no preview available 2009 he is the author of delirious milton the poet in the modern world and allegory and violence and co editor of unfolded tales essays on renaissance romance bibliographic information
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