A familiar explanation of the poetical works of Milton. To which is prefixed Mr. Addisons criticism on Paradise lost. With a preface by the Rev. Mr. Dodd. N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1762 Excerpt: ... THE following Passage is formed upon that glorious Image in Holy Writ, which compares the Voice of an innumerable Host of Angels, uttering Hallelujahs, to the Voice of mighty Thunderings, or of many Waters. He ended, and the Heau'nly Audience loud Sung Hallelujah, as the Sound of Seas, Through Multitude that sung: "Just are thy Ways, "Righteous are thy Decrees in all thy Works, "Who can extenuate thee? THOUGH the Author in the whole Course of his Peem, and particularly in the Book we are now examining, has infinite Allusions to Places of Scripture, I have only taken notice in my Remarks of such as are of a Poetical Nature, and which are woven with great Beauty into the Body of the Fable. Of this Kind is that Passage in the present Book, where, describing Sin and Death as marching through the Works of Nature, he adds, Behindher Death Close sollowirg Pace for Pace, not mounted yet On his pale Horse----Which alludes to that Passage in Scripture so wonderfully Poetical, and terrifying to the Imagination. "And "I looked, and behold a pale Horse, and his Name that "fat on him, was Death, and Hell followed with him: "And Power was given unto them over the fourth "Part of the Earth, to kill with Sword, and with "Hunger, and with Sickness, and with the Beasts of "the Earth." Under this first Head of Celestial Persons we must likewise take notice of the Command which the Angels received, to produce the several Changes in Nature, and sully the Beauty of the Creation. Accordingly they are represented as insecting the Stars and Planets with malignant Influences, weakning the Light of the Sun, bringing down the Winter into the milder Regions of Mature, planting Winds and Storms in several Quarters of the Sky, storin...
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