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Milton's prose / selected and edited with an introduction by Malcolm W. Wallace.

Author/Creator:
Milton, John, 1608-1674.
Publication:
London : Oxford University Press, 1937.
Format/Description:
Book
xxix, 476, 16 p. ; 16 cm.
Series:
World's classics ; 293
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Standardized Title:
Prose works. Selections
Form/Genre:
Advertisements -- England -- London -- 20th century.
Place of Publication:
England London.
Contents:
Introduction
Of reformation touching church-discipline in England
The reason of church government urged against prelaty
Of education
The doctrine and discipline of divorce
'Areopagitica': a speech of Mr John Milton for the liberty of unlicensed printing
The tenure of kings and magistrates
'Defensio secunda pro populo anglicano.' Selections from the translation of Robert Fellowes (1806)
A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes
The ready and easy way to establish a free commonwealth.
Notes:
"[F]irst published in 'The World's classics' in 1925, and reprinted ... 1937."--T.p. verso.
Publisher's catalogue on p. [1]-16 at end.
Local notes:
Milton Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries by Joseph A. Wittreich in honor of Stuart A. Curran.
Penn Provenance:
Curran, Stuart A. (honoree)
Wittreich, Joseph Anthony (donor)
Penn Chronology:
1937
Cited in:
Wickenheiser, R.J. Collection of John Milton, p. 641 (no. 2591)
Contributor:
Stuart Curran-Joseph Wittreich Milton Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
16042971