Milton’s Parsing of the Divine
Milton’s confidence in his powers of poetic sublimity seemingly falters when rendering divine speech. Evidently “in order to adequately discuss the transcendent quality of divinity, Milton’s grammar [particularly regarding verb tenses] must become strange or go (artfully and deliberately) awry.”
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