John Milton

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Milton is recognised as probably the greatest English poet after Shakespeare.
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literature
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scholar
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poet
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john milton opposed ideas of archbishop william laud (William Laud)
john milton opposed ideas of jacobus arminius (Jacobus Arminius)
john milton met hugo grotius (Hugo Grotius)
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henry oldenburg a pal of john milton (Henry Oldenburg)
andrew marvell a supporter was john milton (Andrew Marvell)
franz joseph haydn adapted work of john milton (Joseph Haydn)
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In December 1629 Milton wrote his famous ode "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity," marking the beginning of his work as an English poet. (Details)
Among other verse he wrote during this period are the well-known lyrics "Il Penseroso" and "L'Allegro". (Details)
Milton left Cambridge after he received his master's degree in 1632 and spent the next six years at his father's house in Horton, Buckinghamshire. (Details)
 

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John Milton
 

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1608-12-09
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Paradise Lost
 

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1674-11-08
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