When I Consider How My Light Is Spent
John Milton, the author of “Paradise Lost,” wrote “When I Consider How My Light is Spent” at what he considered to be the midpoint of his life. The poem, which reflects the poet’s concern with God, duty, blindness and fulfillment, is known by different titles: “Sonnet XVI,” “Sonnet XIX,” “When I Consider,” and “On His Blindness.”
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Circulating Books – A Selected List
Call Number: PR3588 .J64 1986 *(See pp. 247, 248)
Call Number: PR3588 .J65 1999 *(See pp. 48-58)
Call Number: PR3581 .L45 2000 *(See pp. 305-307, 635 n 68, 636 n 71, 640 n 140)
Call Number: PR3588 .N5 1998 *(See pp. 157-161)
Call Number: PR3581 .S5 1993 *(See pp.74-75, 101-102, 167-169, 215, 259, 326 n10, 327 n13)
o Vol. 19, p.214
o Vol. 7, pp. 3538 – 3540
o Vol. 3, pp. 260-273
o Vol. 37, pp. 300-323
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