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Note on This Edition and Abbreviations viii Acknowledgements ix List of Illustrations x Chronology xi Introduction xvi MILTON'S PROSE TEXTS 1. Prolusions: 1 Prolusion VI 3 Prolusion VII 13 2. Of Reformation 22 3. The Reason of Church-Government Urg'd against Prelaty (selections) 61 4. An Apology Against a Pamphlet (selections) 92 5. The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce 103 6. Of Education 170 7. Areopagitica; A Speech of Mr. John Milton 181 8. Tetrachordon (selections) 214 9. The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates 243 10. Eikonoklastes (selections) 275 11. A Second Defence of the English People 319 12. A Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes 377 13. Considerations Touching the Likeliest Means to Remove Hirelings out of the Church 398 14. The Readie and Easie Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth 426 15. Of True Religion, Haeresie, Schism, and Toleration 448 16. Selections from Milton's Private Letters 459 17. De Doctrina Christiana (selections) 470 18. The Life of Mr. John Milton by Edward Phillips 558 Select Bibliography 573
David Loewenstein is Helen C. White Professor of Englishand the Humanities at the University of Wisconsin Madison,USA. His books include Representing Revolution in Miltonand his Contemporaries: Religion, Politics, and Polemics in RadicalPuritanism (2001), which received the Milton Society ofAmerica s James Holly Hanford Award for DistinguishedBook. He is the author of Treacherous Faith: The Specter ofHeresy in Early Modern English Literature and Culture (2013).He has co-edited The Cambridge History of Early Modern EnglishLiterature (2002), Early Modern Nationalism andMilton s England (2008), and The Complete Works ofGerrard Winstanley (2009). He is an Honored Scholar of theMilton Society of America.
. will ensure that Milton s prose continuesto challenge and reward the kind of active, discerning readershipthat Milton himself courted. (Renaissance Quarterly, 1 July 2014) "Milton's extraordinary prose, extensively represented in DavidLoewenstein's ambitious edition, has gained many new readers inrecent years, and it may be true that some students, at least inBritish schools and universities, read Tenure of Kings andMagistrates before, or even instead of, the greatpoetry." Times Literary Supplement (June 14 2013)