Alexander, Gavin. "Why Milton Matters." (2008). Web. 29 Nov. 2010.
Article celebrating the 400th anniversary of John Milton and his continued importance in the world of English literature
Anderson, G. "The Fall of Satan in the Thought of St. Ephrem and John Milton." Hugoye:
Journal of Syriac Studies. January 2000. Print.
Showcases the different depictions of the Fall and what it means in terms of religious doctrine.
Blake, William, David V. Erdman, and Harold Bloom. The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake. Berkeley: University of California, 1982. Print.
Griswold, Rufus. "Biographical Introduction." (1873). Web.
One of the oldest biographical accounts of John Milton is as close a comparison to how society would view him near the time of William Blake's writing.
Harris, Drew. "Analyzing William Blake's Poetry." Print.
This essay specifically looks at the works of William Blake in terms of his religious opinions.
Parry, David. "Milton's Regious Context." Darkness Visible. Web.
This specifically deals with Milton's questions of religion and how they affected his writing.
"William Blake Biography." William Blake - The Complete Works. Web. 30 Nov. 2010.
Biography of William Blake from birth to death, including his philosophical and religious leanings.
Aers, D. And Hodge, B., Rational Burning: Milton and Sex and Marriage (1981).
Gilbert, S., Patriarchal Poetry and Women Readers: Reflections on Milton's Bogey, PMLA 93 (1978), pp.368-82.
Landy, M., Kinship and The Role of Women in Paradise Lost, Milton Studies 4 (1972), pp.3-18.
Le Comte, E., Milton and Sex, London: Macmillan (1978).
Milton, John, The Complete Prose Works of John Milton, ed. D.M. Wolfe, 8 Vols, New Haven: Yale University Press (1953-82).
Milton, John, The Poems, eds J. Carey and A. Fowler, London: Longman (1968).
Milton, John, The Works of John Milton, ed. F.A. Patterson, 20 Vols, New York: Columbia University Press (1931-40).
Nyquist, M., 'The Genesis of Gendered Subjectivity in the Divorce Tracts and in Paradise Lost', in Re-Membering Milton, eds Nyquist and Ferguson, London: Methuen (1987).
Newlyn, L., Paradise Lost and the Romantic Reader, Oxford: Oxford University Press (1993).