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" Milton's Devil as\ ^ a moral being is as far superior to his God, as one who perseveres \ in some purpose which he has conceived to be excellent in spite of \ adversity and torture, is to one who in the cold security of undoubted triumph inflicts the... "
Essays and Studies - Side 75
av English Association - 1913
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The Prose Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volum 3

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1880
...that ennobles his defeat in one subdued, are marked by all that dishonours his conquest in the victor. Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...security of undoubted triumph inflicts the most horrible 1 It is extremely unlikelv that Shelley ever saw W1lliam lilakc's wonderful book. The Marriage of Heaven...
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The Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley in Verse and Prose: Now First ..., Volum 6

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1880
...by much that ennobles in one subdued, are marked by all that dishonours his conquest in the victor. Milton's Devil, as a moral being, is as far superior to his God, as one who perseveres in a purpose which he has conceived to be excellent, in spite of adversity and torture, is to one who...
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English Literary Criticism

Charles Edwyn Vaughan - 1896 - 219 sider
...that ennobles his defeat in one subdued, are marked by all that dishonours his conquest in the victor. Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...which he has conceived to be excellent in spite of lParadiso, xx. 68. adversity and torture, is to one who in the cold security of undoubted triumph inflicts...
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Shelley's einwirkung auf Byron

Heinrich Gillardon - 1898 - 114 sider
...the energy and magniftcence of the character of Satan as expressed in Paradise Lost. — — — — Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...purpose which he has conceived to be excellent in spite ot adversity and torture, is to one who in the cold security of undoubted triumph inflicts the most...
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Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism

William Tenney Brewster - 1907 - 379 sider
...that ennobles his defeat in one subdued, are marked by all that dishonours his conquest in the victor. Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...his God as one who perseveres in some purpose which 1 [A man most just.] he has conceived to be excellent in spite of adversity and torture, is to one...
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English Essays from Sir Philip Sidney Macaulay

1910 - 421 sider
...that ennobles his defeat in one subdued, are marked by all that dishonors his conquest in the victor. Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...cold security of undoubted triumph inflicts the most • " The one most just man." HC VOL. XXVII — 24 horrible revenge upon his enemy, not from any mistaken...
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English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism

M. H. Abrams - 1975 - 496 sider
...are indefensible in the unoppressed tyrant. Satan's moral magnificence lies in his perseverance in a "purpose which he has conceived to be excellent in spite of adversity and torture,''28 and therefore, Shelley added in the Preface to his lyric drama, he shares with Prometheus...
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Rhetoric, Literature, and Interpretation

Harry Raphael Garvin, Steven Mailloux - 1983 - 184 sider
...Shelley consistently saw Paradise Lost as a profoundly subversive critique of arbitrary authority: Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...inflicts the most horrible revenge upon his enemy, but with the alleged design of exasperating him to deserve new torments.12 And in Prometheus Unbound,...
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The Prince of Darkness: Radical Evil and the Power of Good in History

Jeffrey Burton Russell - 1992 - 288 sider
...could ever have been intended for the popular personification of evil. . . . Milton's Devil as a novel being is as far superior to his God as One who perseveres...of adversity and torture, is to One who in the cold severity of his undoubted triumph inflicts the most horrible revenge upon his enemy. . . . Milton ....
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The Works of John Milton: With an Introduction and Bibliography

John Milton - 1994 - 601 sider
...Poet and of the Devil's party without knowing it' (Blake: The Marriage of Heaven cV Hell, c. 1793). 'Milton's Devil as a moral being is as far superior...inflicts the most horrible revenge upon his enemy . . . with the alleged design of exasperating him to deserve new torments' (Shelley: A Defence of Poetry,...
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