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Volume 2 Issue 12

July 2015

A Poet’s Creative Grace as Reflected in John Milton’s Paradise Lost
Ms. Aditi Abhishikta, 
Department of English, 
Andhra University, 
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India

Mr. Siddharth Anahat, 
Department of English, 
Andhra University, 
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
A Poet- The very moment one sees the word or hears it, instantly a momentary image pops up in the mind’s eyes. One finds a person standing in front, a person who is just like anybody having the same physical shape/structure but from the very view point of mentality totally different. Different in terms of giving shape (in no time) to the various things, activities that take place every moment around us and putting all those in a rhythmic, systematic manner in the form of a beautiful, meaningful poetry; something which would seem to be quite difficult for an ordinary man to produce who happens to be too busy for survival in this acquisitive planet. In the light of poetic excellencies John Milton’s Paradise Lost will always remain illuminated with its prolific characters, themes, motifs and symbols.
Obedience to God; Light and Dark; Conversation and Contemplation.
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