The John Milton Reading Room Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost: The movie version of John Milton's great epic poem, Paradise Lost, about Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden, Satan, and the battle of angels in Heaven.

Milton is best known for Paradise Lost, ..

Darkness Visible is a study resource for the epic poem of John Milton, Paradise Lost.

Milton's Paradise Lost: Summary, Theme, and Quotes - …

Tragically in 1652 Milton went blind. However in 1667 his great work Paradise Lost was first printed. It deals with the rebellion of Adam and Eve against God and their expulsion from the Garden of Eden. In 1671 another work by Milton, Paradise Regained was published. Meanwhile Milton was married 3 times. John Milton died on 8 November 1674 aged 65. He was buried in St Giles Church in Cripplegate, . Today he is remembered as the greatest English writer of the 17th century.

Milton's "Paradise Lost": Hidden Meanings

In this Gustave Dore engraving from Milton’s Paradise Lost, Satan, the Fallen Angel, is flung from Heaven and nears the confines of the Earth on his way to Hell.

John Milton, in his Paradise Lost, has the devil say: “Better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven” (I, 263).
Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton

Paradise Lost: Book 1 - Dartmouth College

SparkNotes: Paradise Lost: Book I, lines 1–26

Paradise Lost: Book 3 - Dartmouth College