Michael Komorowski's scientific contributions

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In May 1659, John Milton received a letter from his friend Moses Wall, who wrote that he had read and approved of Milton’s latest pamphlet, A Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes. But, Wall confessed, he initially worried that Milton had grown too close to the Protectorate, whose increasing authoritarianism had left erstwhile supporters...
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Most recent scholarship on Marvell's "Horatian Ode" has read the poem as an expression of Marvell's loyalty to Cromwell and republican government. This paper looks beyond categories of ideological loyalty and instead argues that the ode offers a distinct expression of the social and cultural foundations of the new regime. The ode bases its praise f...
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In imagining Adam and Eve's marriage in Paradise Lost, Milton, as has long been realized, drew heavily on the ideal of companionate marriage that he had developed in his divorce tracts. With a disastrous marriage of his own and a political and religious atmosphere charged by contentious calls for resistance to authority, Milton sent his divorce tra...