Explanatory Notes and Remarks on Milton's Paradise Lost (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Explanatory Notes and Remarks on Milton's Paradise Lost
Cafe) does not appear to Common Eyes, and at a little Dif'cance; but Blindnefs, even of That Kind is Vifible, in the Colour, Motion, and Look of the Eye which has the iad Un happinefs of being Extinguifh'd by it. Wonderfully Expref't in the Piéturc from Whence this Print was made, as well as the Sett of the Mouth, and the refl: of the Air. I have Imitated it as well as I could in a. Way of Working which I Never Praéhc d but on a F ew Plates, and Thofe in my Youth, except an Attempt on One or Two near 20 Years ago. The Laurel is not in the Picture, the two Lines under it are my Reafon for putting it There, not what Otherwife would have been Imagin'd. All the World has given it him long fincc.
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