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    An assignment asking you to paraphrase a poem is designed to encourage you to read a poem closely and put it in your own words. The first step in paraphrasing this poem is to work out how words are...

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    After losing his eyesight, John Milton wrote On His Blindness, which is an autobiographical account of his feelings and position now that his sight has gone. He opens the poem with a reflection on...

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    John Milton's "On His Blindness" is an autobiographical poem in which Milton contemplates the loss of his sight. Given that he was not born blind, Milton knows what it is like to have sight and...

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    The basic cause of Milton's lament is that he has always been a student, a reader and a writer, a literary man. Now that he is blind, he is unable to engage in the literary work which has given his...

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    "On His Blindness" is an autobiographical poem that Milton wrote about losing his sight at a relatively young age. Writing much of his poetry about religion and Christian theology, Milton felt that...

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    "They also serve who only stand and wait." This last line of the poem "On His Blindness" by John Milton relates to a person exercising patience and faith despite their circumstances. The person...

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    John Milton's poem, "On His Blindness," speaks to the frustrations Milton had regarding his lost sight. The poem reflects upon the idea that he (the speaker of the poem) will not be able to serve...

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