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Heaven Into Hell, Hell into Heaven

“The mind is its own place, and in itself

Can make a heav’n of hell, a hell of heav’n.”

-John Milton, Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost by Frances Wynne

Fair at my feet the lake of Como lies;
I hear its murmurous ripples ebb and flow.
Around me, ranging proudly row on row,
The dreamy purple-crested mountains rise. 106 more words


Frankenstein: It's Complicated

Even if you have never read Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, you know the name. The image of the monster (perhaps of the scene when it comes to life, lightning crashing, the mad scientist screaming, “It’s alive!”). 1,007 more words

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See Sickness

WE have been to the wrong fight…for too long.

What drives another’s thoughts past our own essentials?

No more, sit silently in a song.

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Traces of Eden

‘ a river watering the garden flowed from Eden..The Lord God took the man

and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it’

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Marking the 350th anniversary of John Milton’s epic poetic masterpiece, Paradise Lost, is Christopher Samuel Carroll’s visceral one-man show.

The Irish actor fuses the esoteric Japanese dance style of Butoh with classic English literature in what has described by critics as “a performance that is as beguiling and mesmerizing as the epic grandeur of Milton’s swelling tale…a tour de force display of the actor’s craft”, “a culturally shattering event”, and “a bravura performance”, receiving 4.5 stars from the West Australian and a nomination for the best theatre award at Fringe World 2017. 194 more words


Book Review: Paradise Lost by John Milton

A Veritable Milestone In Literature

Zy Marquiez
January 24, 2017

Paradise Lost by John Milton is a veritable landmark book within the chronicles of humanity’s past. 279 more words

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