Author:John Milton

John Milton
(1608–1674)
English poet, author, polemicist and civil servant for the Commonwealth of England, best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost
John Milton

WorksEdit

The following listing of Milton's printed works (under 'poetry', 'prose' and 'posthumous works') is based upon that given on the website of Christ's College, Cambridge.

Poetry / dramaEdit

ProseEdit

Posthumous worksEdit

  • Character of the Long Parliament (1681)
  • A Brief History of Moscovia (1682)
  • Letters of state written by Mr. John Milton, to most of the sovereign princes and republicks of Europe, from the year 1649, till the year 1659; to which is added, an account of his life; together with several of his poems, and a catalogue of his works, never before printed (1694)
  • A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton both English and Latin (1694-98)
  • De Doctrina Christiana (1825)

Individual poemsEdit

The following are mostly derived from the collections of 1645/1673 listed above.

SonnetsEdit

From Poems (1645) (transcription project)

Uncollected sonnets

Collected worksEdit

Works about MiltonEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.