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When I Consider How My Light is Spent (On His Blindness)

When I Consider How My Light is Spent (On His Blindness)


by John Milton

When I Consider How My Light is Spent (On His Blindness) Resources


"On His Blindness"

A reading of the poem.

"Methought I saw"

A dramatic reading of another Milton sonnet, "Methought I saw my late espoused saint."


The Writer's Almanac
Now this we love. Garrison Keillor from NPR (who has an amazing voice) performs a reading of the sonnet for his segment, "The Writer's Almanac."


John Milton

A young John Milton, in his full frilly-neck-collar glory.

Parable of the Talents

An illustration of the "Parable of the Talents" story from the Bible.


How Milton Works by Stanley Fish
In addition to being a New York Times columnist, Stanley Fish is also an eminent Milton scholar. His most famous book is Surprised by Sin, about Paradise Lost, but this work is aimed at a more general audience.


The Milton Home Page

A treasure-trove of recent scholarship, book reviews, audio, and images relating to Milton.

Milton at 400

A slideshow celebrating Milton's recent 400th birthday. Has it been so long?

The Milton Reading Room

You don't even need a library card to read huge portions of Milton's work.

Milton Directory

Google provides a directory of the most popular Web pages relating to Milton.

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