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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that inquire into the problem of Milton's poetics of the passion. Milton's revision of the passion tradition in his short poems of 1645 and his later epic poems substitutes a living, obedient and subservient Son in place of late medieval representations of the crucifixion. His alternative passion unfolds through a poetic vocabulary of fragmentation, omission, and restoration, drawing on iconoclasm as an artistic strategy. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order.

Keywords: late medieval representations; Milton's poetics; passion tradition



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