Being Form'd  Thinking Through Blake's Milton
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Being Form'd Thinking Through Blake's Milton

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This exemplary philosophical reading of Milton is going to make a tremendous change in Blake's criticism. It will take a while to digest, and critics without a firm grounding in philosophy will find it difficult to follow some of the time. Yet the careful reader of Bracher, who accepts his careful definitions and consistent employment of concepts and terms, will find aspec...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published August 8th 1995 by Barrytown Limited (first published August 28th 1985)
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