Holistic Typology: “Uniting the Dissevered Pieces”: Quranic Retention and Protension in Milton's Areopagitica and Nativity Ode

@article{Gleyzon2015HolisticT,
  title={Holistic Typology: “Uniting the Dissevered Pieces”: Quranic Retention and Protension in Milton's Areopagitica and Nativity Ode},
  author={François-Xavier Gleyzon},
  journal={English Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={96},
  pages={21 - 43}
}
This article starts from the premise that the sovereignty of traditional typology (murderous typology) operates a discourse of segmentalization and exerts a rapport of exclusivity between [Tanakh-New Testament], thus placing the Holy Book of Islam hors-scène at the very heart of the religions of the Book [Tanakh-New Testament; Qu'ran]. This article attempts therefore to envisage a holistic typology so as to open up both the Scriptures and the (manifestly Judaeo-Christian) Miltonic corpus to… Expand