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Author Stelzer, Emily E., author

Title Gluttony and gratitude Milton's philosophy of eating / Emily E. Stelzer
Published ©2017
University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, [2017]


Description 1 online resource
Series Medieval & renaissance literary studies
Medieval and Renaissance literary studies.
Contents Cover FRONT -- Copyright Page -- Table of CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- Introduction -- NOTES TO INTRODUCTION -- Chapter 1: Patristic, Medieval, and Early Modern Views of Gluttony -- NOTES TO CHAPTER1 -- Chapter 2: An Anatomy of Gluttony in Paradise Lost -- NOTES TO CHAPTER 2 -- Chapter 3: Scatology and Devilish Glut in Paradise Lost -- NOTES TO CHAPTER 3 -- Chapter 4: Perfect Consumption, the Food of the Gods and the Great Chain of Eating -- NOTES TO CHAPTER 4 -- Chapter 5: The Food of Love, the Paradise Within, Augustinian Triads, and the Body Resurrected -- NOTES TO CHAPTER 5
Chapter 6: The Temperate Poet and This Flying Steed Unrein'd -- NOTES TO CHAPTER 6 -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- INDEX
Summary "Explores the philosophical significance of gluttony in Paradise Lost, arguing that a complex understanding of gluttony and of ideal, grateful, and gracious eating informs the content of Milton's writing"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Milton, John, 1608-1674. Paradise lost.
SUBJECT Paradise lost (Milton, John) fast
Subject Gluttony in literature.
Food in literature.
Food in literature
Gluttony in literature
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780271089836