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Milton’s analysis of individual thought and freedom of choose Topics: Milton’s analysis of individual thought and freedom of choose Number of words: 1800 The sources: Read Areopagitica and paradise lost some sections such as books 5,8,12 and Christina Doctrine all these can be from the book (Norton Anthology) English literature. Because these are relevant to my topic especially Areopagitica is the most important one. The other sources is Theology of Language chapter nine (Milton’s Rhetoric of Certitude). I want to take some quotation from this chapter.in addition, some quotation from Areopagitica. Two sources Baumlin, James S. "Milton’s Rhetoric of Certitude" Theologies of Language in English Renaissance Literature: Reading Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2012. Print. M.H. Abrams, “Areopagitica” The Norton Anthology of English literature .Nework.London, seventh volume1

Milton’s analysis of individual thought and freedom of choose
Topics: Milton’s analysis of individual thought and freedom of choose
Number of words: 1800
The sources: Read Areopagitica and paradise lost some sections such as books 5,8,12 and Christina Doctrine all these can be from the book (Norton Anthology) English literature. Because these are relevant to my topic especially Areopagitica is the most important one.
The other sources is Theology of Language chapter nine (Milton’s Rhetoric of Certitude). I want to take some quotation from this chapter.in addition, some quotation from Areopagitica.
Two sources
Baumlin, James S. "Milton’s Rhetoric of Certitude" Theologies of Language in English Renaissance Literature: Reading Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2012. Print.
M.H. Abrams, “Areopagitica” The Norton Anthology of English literature .Nework.London, seventh volume1

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