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۱Satan as Stranger in John Milton’s Paradise Lost
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اطلاعات انتشار: اولین همایش ملی زبان انگلیسی، ادبیات و ترجمه در آموزش و پرورش، سال
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John Milton in Paradise lost (1667) tries to portray Satan as evil, but because of particular characteristics Satan ismore popular and fascinating figure instead of being hateful. Satan is a complex character that refuses to obey theFather whom he perceives as a tyrant. Indeed, Milton puts Protestant political rhetoric in mouth of Satan in order tojustify his rebellion against the Father. The idea of a good God and evil Satan is commonplace, but it is the way inwhich Milton uses Satan that is remarkable point. This research intended to clarify how Milton’s strange beliefsmake his Satan interesting. In this respect, Julia Kristeva’s concept of Stranger can be suitable tools to examineSatan in John Milton’s Paradise Lost. According to Kristeva, we externalize what is strange within us onto anexternal stranger, the result is a denial of the fact that we are strangers to ourselves (Kristeva, 1991). In this regard,Milton puts political rhetoric of Protestant reformers such as Calvin, Marshall and Muntzer in the mouth of Satanin order to critique such theories about political rights of princes while denying such rights of common people.<\div>
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