Miltonic sonnet

Miltonic sonnet

n.
A Petrarchan sonnet marked by continuity of thought or syntax between the eighth and ninth lines.
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In Charles Robert Anon's Miltonic sonnet, entitled "On Death" (death, like blindness, could be death in life; cf.
It is worth noting that Anon also signs non-political Miltonic sonnets.
The poem is at once a Miltonic sonnet, like Wordsworth's "Milton" and Dunbar's "Douglass," and yet very much of the mid-twentieth century.
The sequence begins with a Miltonic sonnet entitled "On Not Being Milton," which makes poetry from the challenge of the unspoken: The stutter of the scold out of the branks of condescension, class and counterclass thickens with glottals to a lumpen mass of Ludding morphemes closing up their ranks.
The School of Eloquence" is something between a Bildungsroman and a novel of retrospection, recounted in sixteen-line Miltonic sonnets.