Milton Quarterly

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Edited By: Edward Jones

Online ISSN: 1094-348X


Milton Quarterly publishes in-depth articles, review essays, and shorter notes and notices about Milton's works, career, literary surroundings, and place in cultural history. In striving to be the most reliable and up-to-date source of information about John Milton, it also furnishes reports on conferences, abstracts of recent scholarship, and book reviews by prominent scholars in the field. While its scholarly standard for submissions is high, it insists upon accessibility from all contributors.

Aims and Scope

Milton Quarterly reflects the aims and interests of the world-wide community of people interested in the poet and author best known for Paradise Lost, John Milton. It provides news, schedules of conferences, abstracts and reviews, as well as a number of articles and notes on Milton's works, his career, his literary surroundings and his place in cultural history.

Milton Quarterly aims to keep its readers informed of exciting trends in criticism, without becoming trendy, and it offers a variety of critical perspectives in each issue, from textually-oriented to historical, psychological and multicultural.  The editors of Milton Quarterly seek out articles that represent the cutting edge of modern scholarship on the poet and his time.


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