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THE Samson Agonistes was, in all probability, the last poem of any considerable length which Milton wrote; and it seems equally probable that the Lycidas was the latest of his juvenile poems. This annotated edition of these works is published as a sequel to the similar editions of Paradise Lost, Books I. and II., and Comus, L'Allegro, and Il Penseroso; and will, it is hoped, be as favourably received.
We have elsewhere observed that, on account of the long interval between the composition of Milton's juvenile poems and that of his Paradise Lost, he is both an ancient and a modern poet. In the present volume he will be found to manifest each of these characters, Lycidas having been written in 1637, and Samson Agonistes in 1671.
In our notes on the latter poem, which we have placed first on account of its length, it will be seen that we have given a great amount of grammatical illustration. In this department we have endeavoured to render useful service to those candidates for public examination who may quired to show skill in analysing the grammatical structure of Milton's poetry ; for nowhere is the utterance of his muse more involved and elliptical, nowhere does it present