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Allegories of exile: The alienated self in Shakespeare, Webster, Crashaw, and Milton
"Allegories of Exile" examines various poetic representations of characters and communities forced to negotiate their identity once confronted with the threat of exile – be it social, economic, political, or in some cases ...
"Paradise Lost": The danger of the feminine
" Paradise Lost : The Danger of the Feminine" analyzes and examines the roles of Sin, Eve and Adam in a gendered reading of the epic. Milton's Sin emphasizes the danger of the feminine and the virgin/whore dichotomy wherein ...