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: contexts in the main works of Milton – poems “The Lost Paradise” and “The Returned Paradise”. We have chosen the space-and-time model of these artistic texts for the short analysis. They abounds in the esoteric allegories, symbols and ideas, typical both for a natural-and-exact sciences and for a so-called scientific magic in the European transition period of 17th century, when the consciousness of people had broken during the Reformation. In his works of world-wide fame Milton planed to solve as epical and monumental tasks as Dante had done in “The Divine Comedy” three ages earlier. The sacred cosmos of both authors is great, astonishing and also important for the humanity history, interpreted without the political, national or confessional frame work. Such “global philosophy” was actively supplying and indirectly influencing over the religious and moral mentality of reading public. Particularly because of this Milton works were the very original phenomenon on that cultural background, when the principles of tolerance began to develop. (9. 12. 1608 ...
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