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MILTON: Paradise Lost

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Of Man's First Disobedience, and the Fruit of the Forbidden Tree, whose mortal taste Brought Death into the World, and all our woe...' Paradise Lost is the greatest epic poem in the English language. In words remarkable for their richness of rhythm and imagery, Milton tells the story of Man's creation, fall and redemption - to 'justify the ways of God to men'. Milton produced characters which have become embedded in the consciousness of English literature - the frail, human pair, Adam and Eve; the terrible cohort of fallen angels; and Satan, tragic and heroic in his unremitting quest for revenge. The tale unfolds from the aftermath of the great battle between good and evil to the moving departure of Adam and Eve from Eden, with human and eternal anguish intertwined in magnificent resonance.
Item number NA300212
Barcode 9789626340028
Release date 01/05/2005
Category Poetry
Label Naxos AudioBooks
Media type CD
Number of units 3
Artists Lesser, Anton
Disc: 1
MILTON : Paradise Lost
1 Book 1 Line 1: 'Of Man's First Disobedience And Th
2 Line 128: 'O Prince, O Chief Of Many Throned Power
3 Line 242: 'Is This The Region, This The Soil, The
4 Line 375: 'All These And More Came Flocking - But
5 Line 622: 'O Myriads Of Immortal Spirits, O Powers
6 Line 722: '...........................Th'ascending
7 Book 2 Line 1: 'High On A Throne Of Open War, O Pe
8 Line 119: 'I Should Be Much For Open War, O Peers'
9 Line 229: 'Either To Disinthrone The King Of Heav'
10 Line 310: 'Thrones And Imperial Powers, Off-Spring
11 Line 390: 'Well Have ye judg'd, Well Ended Long De
12 Line 430: 'O Progeny Of Heav'n, Empyreal Thrones'
13 Line 506: 'The Stygian Council Thus Dissolved - An
14 Line 704: 'So Spake The Griesly Terrour, And In Sh
Disc: 2
MILTON : Paradise Lost
1 Line 850: 'The Key Of This Infernal Pit By Due'
2 Line 968: 'T' Whom Satan Turning Boldly Thus, Ye P
3 Book III Paraphrase: God, Sitting On His Throne
4 Book IV Line 1: 'O For That Warning Voice, Which H
5 Line 114: 'Thus While He Spake, Each Passion Dimm'
6 Line 172: 'Now To th'ascent Of That Steep Savage H
7 Line 246: '........................... Thus Was Th
8 Line 358: 'O Hell! What Do Mine Eyes With Grief Be
9 Line 440: 'To Whom Thus Eve repli'd. O Thou For Wh
10 Line 492: 'So Spake Our General Mother, And With E
11 Books V-VIII Paraphrase: 'Meanwhile, Uriel, Descen
12 Book IX Line 1: 'No More Talk Of Where God Or Ange
13 Line 99: 'O Earth, How Like To Heav'n, If Not Pre
14 Line 194: 'And Eve First To Her Husband Thus Began
15 Line 270: 'To Whom The Virgin Majesty Of Eve'
16 Line 376: 'So Spake The Patriarch Of Mankind, But
Disc: 3
MILTON : Paradise Lost
1 Book IX Line 494: 'So Spake The Enemy Of Mankind,
2 Line 567: 'To Whom The Guileful Tempter Thus repli
3 Line 612: 'Serpent, thy Overpraising Leaves In Dou
4 Line 679: 'O Fairest of Creation, Last And Best'
5 Line 745: 'Great Are thy Virtues, Doubtless, Best
6 Line 856: 'Hast Thou Not Wonder'd Adam, At My Stay
7 Line 896: 'O Fairest Of Creation, Last And Best'
8 Line 960: 'So Said He, And Forbore Not Glance Or T
9 Line 1034: 'So Said He, And Forbore Not Glance Or
10 Line 1134: 'Would Thou Hadst Heark'n'd To My Words
11 Book X Paraphrase: Man's Disobedience Known'
12 Line 68: 'Father Eternal, Thine Is To Decree'
13 Line 229: 'Meanwhile Ere Thus Was Sinn'd & Judg'd
14 Line 354: 'O Parent, These Are Thy Magnific Deeds'
15 Line 460: 'Thrones, Dominations, Princedoms, Virtu
16 Books XI And XII: Paraphrase: 'Meanwhile Sin And D
17 Book XII Line 553: 'How Soon Hath Thy Prediction,
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