Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained

Narrated by: Ron Welch
Length: 14 hrs and 19 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Enjoy two of Milton's most notable poems, Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained, narrated brilliantly by Ron Welch.

Public Domain (P)2018 Bassett Publishing

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Classic

To be a fan of classic literature. one should listen/read at least once, the powerful poetic epic that is "Paradise Lost". As far as "Paradise Regained", well...this story is not so illuminating, but is still a beautifully written poem.

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This guy is awful.

He mispronounced so many words that it is distracting. Wanton pronounced as won-ton, for example. And the reading is often word word word, no phrasing and the interpretation of commas is horrible. Get a different one.

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Excellent book

Fantastic work. Though at times difficult to follow in flowery colorfulness or in dark dread, the use of superlatives vast and extant expand the story and give one serious pause to consider. A good book makes one think and reevaluate reality.