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dc.contributor.authorBuntaine, Norman
dc.descriptioniii, 108 p.en_US
dc.description.abstractI have attempted research into representative technical studies which comment upon Milton's idea, line, and word sources and particular word connotations; and have attempted to avoid any and all evaluative statements regarding specific interpretation either of Milton's supposed raison d'etre or of any theoretical intentions Milton may have had in mind as he wrote. If any evaluative judgment was relevant in interpreting written passages, I have taken pains to acquire various other interpretations of the same, and to incorporate, to assimilate these within each other when possible, given the thesis of Milton himself as the only broad outline within which I have had to work.en_US
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dc.titleDoctrines and Implications in Milton's Theology: A Study of Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained and De doct rina Christianaen_US

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