Allen Ginsberg and Tom Schwartz on John Milton – 6
October 23, 2017
Allen and Tom Schwarz have just previously been discussing the influence of Latin syntax on the poetry of John Milton. AG: So okay, what’s the point of all this. The point is that the[…]
Allen Ginsberg and Tom Schwartz on John Milton – 4
October 18, 2017
Allen Ginsberg and Tom Schwartz 1980 Naropa class on John Milton continuing from here TS: Let’s see …”But oh the heavy change, now thou art gone -/Now thou art gone and never must return!” }  –   If you can find those lines..  I’m not sure if it’s that… AG: In “Lycidas“? TS;[…]
Allen Ginsberg and Tom Schwartz on John Milton – 3
October 17, 2017
Allen Ginsberg’s 1980 Naropa class on John Milton (with assistance from Tom Schwartz) continues from here. AG: I want to read one thing I’ve got here – –  “One needs scarcely elaborate on Milton’s use of music[…]
Allen Ginsberg and Tom Schwartz on John Milton – 2
October 12, 2017
Allen’s 1980 Naropa Basic Poetry class continues – {Allen is joined by his friend Tom Schwartz in a discussion of the poetics of John Milton and the opening of Paradise Lost] AG: So..what’s it? – the[…]
Allen Ginsberg & Tom Schwartz on John Milton
October 11, 2017
Allen Ginsberg’s 1980 Naropa class on John Milton continues (sic) Tom Schwartz: There’s a very good book by F.T.Prince – The Italian Element in Milton’s Verse which is a nice short book which gets to the heart of the matter. Milton was very fascinated with Italian poets of the fifteenth and sixteenth[…]
Allen Ginsberg on the Opening of Paradise Lost
October 9, 2017
Of Mans First Disobedience, and the Fruit Of that Forbidden Tree, whose mortal tast Brought Death into the World, and all our woe, With loss of Eden, till one greater Man Restore us, and regain the blissful[…]