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Studies topics including Milton, magic and fantasy in the Renaissance, and literary depictions of love in the sixteenth century. In spring 2012 the topic will cover Milton's early career, his years as a prose writer in the wars of truth, and the later period of Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained. Themes include Milton's innovations in his use of print culture, historical and social effects of the Reformation, and how autobiography plays a major role this author's work.