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John Milton's Writing Style?

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John Milton was a poet and his writing style is known as the poetic style of John Milton, Miltonic epic, Miltonic blank verse or simply Miltonic verse. These styles refer mostly to his later writings. He is famous for the poems Samson Agonistes and Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained. Even though he was not the first poet to use blank verse, he popularized it and influenced others to write in that same style. Among other poets, he was both praised and criticized for his style.
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