it's so nice to know how some people can extraordinarily touch lives despite being handicapped
if we follow you we can ace Jeopardy!ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= <3
lovely blog :)http://saltskinned.blogspot.com.au
LOL on that Jeopardy comment:DAnd I haven't read Paradise Lost completely, but have read some of his other work. Milton is amazing.
and you go blind when you try to read PARADISE LOST.....
never knew that or had forgotten.
This is totally new for me. I just knew his work but nothing about him. Kisses:)
I think Milton wrote a famous sonnet about his blindness.
Don't need to see to write great I guess
ops I didn't know him!
That's the great thing about words, they can paint their own picture. No external vision required.
Pity I new such story with a soviet writer which wrote How steel was temperedhttp://afinaskaterblogspotcom.blogspot.ru/2014/06/tb-dress-bags.html
Had no clue! Thanks for sharing! :)
I didn't know that!
Would it have been an advantage for him, less eye sight more feeling?Greetings,Filip
I had no idea. Interesting fact.
Very interesting. Though it doesn't surprise me that he wrote it after blindness set in. Some great works come from those with handicaps.