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Author: John Milton
Adam and Eve's innocence in paradise, their fall from grace, and the origin of Satan are explored in this groundbreaking book of poetry.
It focuses on the idea of 'hunger', but in a literal and in a spiritual sense. After wandering in the wilderness for forty days Jesus is starved of both food ...
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A collection of poetry written over the course of a few years. Along the theme of God and husband, this poetry attempts to describe the conflict between relig...
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This Book approximately has 1.15 million words, is of 4417 pages in the Microsoft Word Document Format and has a Print Length of 5254 pages, on the Amazon Kin...
Longest Poem written by Parekh contains a Herculean, 7389 words, 46257 characters. Composed in his own inimitable style and with stupendous intensity all thro...
This compilation of natural poems is a tribute to infinite elements of Mother Nature in its most glorious form. Each poetic stanza brings out the eternal beau...