DPL Dates on Milton

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Milton's daughter Mary is born.October
Mary Powell returns to Milton.
Milton's son John dies.June
Milton begins his extensive period of 'studious retirement' at his parents' residence. During this he reads extensively on history and politics.
Milton matriculates at St. Paul's School, London.
Milton writes the sonnet 'On Shakespeare' to preface Shakespeare's 2nd Folio.
Milton's wife Katherine Woodcock Milton dies along with their infant daughter Katherine.
Milton's wife Mary Powell dies.May
Milton begins tutoring in order to make an income (his first two students are his two nephews).
Milton marries Mary Powell. She leaves him and goes back to her family six weeks later.
Milton earns his Master of the Arts (Cum Laude) from Christ's Church College, Cambridge.
Samson Agonistes is published.
Milton composes the ode, 'On the Morning of Christ's Nativity.'
Milton's son John is born.March
Paradise Regained is published.
Paradise Lost (2nd edition) is published in twelve books.
Milton goes totally blind.February
Milton's daughter Anne is born.July
'Lycidas' is published.
Milton marries Elizabeth Minshull.
EventDateTime of Year
Milton marries Katherine Woodcock.
Milton goes into hiding but is soon arrested and imprisoned for two months.
Milton's daughter Katherine is born.October
Milton gets his Bachelor of the Arts at Christ's Church College, Cambridge.
John Milton is born.December 9
John Milton dies.November 8
Milton's mother Sara dies.
Comus is published.
Milton's daughter Deborah is born.May
The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce is published.
Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin is published (this includes 'L'Allegro' and 'Il Penseroso').
Milton's 'studious retirement' essentially ends, as he begins his continental tour (on which he meets Galileo).Starts in May; ends over a year later in the following June.
Milton finishes at St. Paul's.
Of the Tenure of Kings and Magistrates is published.
Paradise Lost is published in ten books.
Milton loses his position of Secretary of Foreign Tongues to the Council of State.
Areopagitica is published.
Milton is appointed Secretary of Foreign Tongues to the Council of State.
Milton begins Paradise Lost.
Milton's father John dies.

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