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Is Milton’s Satan rightly regarded as a tragic hero?

Aristotle, inventor of the concept of heroism, defined the hero as ‘noble or honourable by birth or deed’. Both classical myth and history influenced Milton greatly in his writing, and no doubt he knew Aristotle’s works and applied his formulae to the creation of perhaps his most attractive character, Satan. He is certainly of noble […]

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“Paradise Lost”

A look at Satan in John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” Milton’s Satan continues to fascinate critics largely because he is so complex than the Devil of the Christian tradition appears. Satan’s rebelliousness, his seeking of transcendence, his capacity for action, particularly unconventional action, endeared him to certain types of minds, even if their viewpoint might be […]

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