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John Milton. (1608–1674). Complete Poems. The Harvard Classics. 1909–14.


Introductory Note
Poems Written at School and at College, 1624–1632
On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity
A Paraphrase on Psalm CXIV
On the Death of a Fair Infant Dying of a Cough
At a Vacation Exercise in the College, Part Latin, Part English
The Passion
On Shakespeare
On the University Carrier
Another on the Same
An Epitaph on the marchioness of Winchester
On His Being Arrived to the Age of Twenty-Three
Poems Written at Horton, 1632–1638
Il Penseroso
Sonnet to the Nightingale
Song on May Morning
On Time
At a Solemn Music
Upon the Circumcision
Comus, a Mask
Poems Written During the Civil War and the Protectorate, 1642–1658
When the Assault was Intended to the City
To a Virtuous Young Lady
To the Lady Margaret Ley
On the Detraction which Followed upon my Writing Certain Treatises
On the Same
On the New Forcers of Conscience under the Long Parliament
To Mr. H. Lawes on His Airs
On the Religious Memory of Mrs. Catherine Thomson, my Christian Friend, deceased Dec. 16, 1646
On the Lord General Fairfax at the Siege of Colchester
To the Lord General Cromwell, on the Proposals of Certain Ministers at the Committee for the Propagation of the Gospel
To Sir Henry Vane the Younger
On the Late Massacre in Piemont
On His Blindness
To Mr. Lawrence
To Cyriack Skinner
To the Same
On his Deceased Wife
Paradise Lost, 1658–1663
The Verse
The First Book
The Second Book
The Third Book
The Fourth Book
The Fifth Book
The Sixth Book
The Seventh Book
The Eighth Book
The Ninth Book
The Tenth Book
The Eleventh Book
The Twelfth Book
Paradise Regained, 1665–1667
The First Book
The Second Book
The Third Book
The Fourth Book
Samson Agonistes, 1667–1671
Milton’s Introduction
Lines 1–249
Lines 250–499
Lines 500–749
Lines 750–999
Lines 1000–1249
Lines 1250–1499
Lines 1500–1761