Lycidas - ENGL 220 Milton Professor John Rogers Lycidas(1637 Theodicy(theos dik Gottfried Leibniz(1646-1716 to the height of this great argument I

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ENGL 220 Milton Professor John Rogers “Lycidas” (1637) Theodicy (theos + dik ē ) Gottfried Leibniz (1646-1716) . . . to the height of this great argument I may assert eternal providence And justify the ways of God to men. (1.24-26) Justa Edouardo King naufrago ( Obsequies for Edward King, lost at sea ) Theocritus, Idyl I Moschus, Lament for Bion Virgil, Eclogue X Dr Johnson on "Lycidas": “Where there is leisure for fiction there is little grief. ...Its form is that of a pastoral, easy, vulgar, and therefore disgusting.” Procession of mourners in “Lycidas”: LL. 76-84 Phoebus Apollo 88-102, Triton, the herald of the Sea,
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