'The Rout of the Rebel Angels' (Thomas set) -by William Blake (for John Milton's Paradise Lost)

Aesthetic Rapture Between Heaven and Hell: William Blake Illustrates John Milton’s “Paradise Lost”

William Blake’s Mesmerizing Illustrations for John Milton’s Paradise Lost – Brain Pickings

... from 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton (1608-1674) ~ Blind and jobless, Milton sold world publishing rights to 'Paradise Lost' for £10, in 1667

from 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton ~ Blind and jobless, Milton sold world publishing rights to 'Paradise Lost' for in 1667

William Blake, The Temptation and Fall of Eve, 1808 (illustration of Milton's Paradise Lost)

Paradise Lost - William Blake, The Temptation and Fall of Eve, 1808 (illustration of Milton's Paradise Lost)

... from 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton (1608-1674) ~ Blind and jobless, Milton sold world publishing rights to 'Paradise Lost' for £10, in 1667

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from 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton ~ Blind and jobless, Milton sold world publishing rights to 'Paradise Lost' for in 1667

Gustave Doré, Depiction of Satan, the antagonist of John Milton's Paradise Lost c.1866.

Characteristics and Traits of Demons

Whatever the metaphysical position of the devil may be, in psychological reality evil is an effective, not to say menacing, limitation of goodness, so that it is no exaggeration to assume that in t…

John Milton's epic English Language poem, Paradise Lost. Doré's artwork is truly inspired.

theshipthatflew: Milton’s Paradise Lost, illustrated by Gustave Dore, New York: Collier, 1866 Scanned by me! Unfortunately my scanner is too small to get the cover in its entirety.

Milton ~ "Innocence, once lost, can never be regained. Darkness, once gazed upon, can never be lost."

"Innocence, once lost, can never be regained. Darkness, once gazed upon, can never be lost." ~ John Milton ~ Paradise Lost (my favorite book)

Satan was cast down by God into the pit of Hell. "Then Satan first knew pain, and writhed him to and fro."

Gustave Dore - Illustration to Paradise Lost by John Milton - 25 - Satan smitten by Michael - "Then Satan first knew pain, And writhed him to and fro convolved"

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