Preface

@article{Scodel2001Preface,
  title={Preface},
  author={Joshua K. Scodel},
  journal={Modern Philology},
  year={2001},
  volume={99},
  pages={177 - 179}
}
understanding of Milton while focusing on his own revisionary engagement with poetic and intellectual traditions. Bruce Boehrer interprets the young humanist Milton's neo-Latin Elegia Prima, normally treated in relation to its Ovidian elegiac models, as a nationalist celebration of London life that engages and transforms the classical and Renaissance anti-urban poetic tradition of pastoral. Elegy One's pastoral innovations, Boehrer argues, are central to Milton's poetic self-conception… Expand

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