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Bagehot, W.: "Milton" (Literary Studies).
"" Milton (in "Puritan and Anglican "Į. Tullock, J.: “Milton ” (in “English Puritanism and its Leaders").
Macaulay, T. B. : "Milton" (in "Essays ").
Masson, D.: "Three Devils" (in "Three Devils and other Essays "). (The Devils in question are Luther's, Milton's, and Goethe's.)
Courthope, W. J.: "History of English Poetry" (vol. iii.).
Addison, J.: "Criticisms on 'Paradise Lost'"' (reprinted in various editions, from the "Spectator "). (Despite its pedantry, this is still an interesting and helpful piece of criticism.)
The reader may also be glad to turn to two works of fiction in which Milton's home-life is dealt with : A. Manning's "The Maiden and Married Life of Mary Powell," and its sequel, "Deborah's Diary."
For the general history of Milton's time reference may be made to
Green, J. R.: "Short History of the English People." Gardiner, S. R.: "History of England, History of the Great Civil War," and "History of the Commonwealth and the Protectorate " (18 vols. in all, dealing in minute detail with the period from 1603 to 1656).
"The First Two Stuarts and the Puritan Revolution " (Epochs of Modern History).
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