Paradise Lost : an introduction

Start Date
2nd October 2017 12:00 am
End Date
24th November 2017 11:59 pm


Course Details

Milton’s great epic is one of the most enduring and remarkable works of English literature. Over eight weeks, we’ll introduce you to both the poet and his work, exploring three core questions: Who was John Milton? What was his message? And how does the poem speak to us today? In the process, we’ll examine key passages, look at other source material, and interpret the poem in its historical and cultural context.

Martin Layton is a Senior Programme Leader at Woodbrooke. His interest is in exploring how Quaker spirituality strengthens our lives of active witness.
Betty Hagglund is Project Development Officer for the Centre for Postgraduate Quaker Studies. She is particularly interested in early Quaker history and writings

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This course involves a time commitment of approximately 2 - 3 hours per week


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