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" Arm his profane tongue with contemptuous words Against the sun-clad power of Chastity Fain would I something say; yet to what end? Thou hast nor ear, nor soul, to apprehend The sublime notion and high mystery That must be uttered to unfold the sage... "
Paradise Lost - Page xxx
by John Milton - 1851 - 415 pages
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L' Allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, and Lycidas

John Milton - 2006
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Complete Shorter Poems

John Milton - 2007 - 523 pages
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L'allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, and Lycidas: Easyread Comfort Edition

John Milton - 2006 - 68 pages
...apprehend The sublime notion and high mystery That must be uttered to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of Virginity; And thou art worthy that thou shouldst...not know More happiness than this thy present lot. Enjoy your dear wit, and gay rhetoric, That hath so well been taught her dazzling fence; Thou art not...
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The Poetical Works Of John Milton

John Milton - 2006 - 612 pages
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The Poetical Works of John Milton

David Masson - 2006 - 640 pages
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Virginity Revisited: Configurations of the Unpossessed Body

Bonnie MacLachlan, Judith Fletcher - 2007 - 204 pages
...summarily dismissed by her, and she responds with serious high praise of the 'doctrine' of virginity: Thou hast nor ear, nor soul to apprehend The sublime notion, and high mystery, That must be utter'd to unfold the sage And serious doctrine of Virginity. Comus 7847 As a doctrine, virginity...
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Milton's Secrecy: And Philosophical Hermeneutics

James Dougal Fleming - 2008 - 196 pages
...she does is speak - and that reluctantly, and artificially. "Fain would I somthing say," she says, "yet to what end? Thou hast nor Ear, nor Soul to apprehend The sublime notion, and high mystery See David Hawkes, Idols of the Marketplace: Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature,...
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