2010-07-26 [SilverFire]: It's quite rare to find a volume that has Paradise Regained in it. I've looking for one for quite a while.
"but that's because it was written Modern English"
Do you mean 'written in Early Modern English"?
And just because it's a poem, it doesn't mean it's not a book. :P A book is just the binding. Crossing out book to write poem is like crossing out book to write 'novel', or 'short story' instead. :P
2010-07-26 [*Phoenix*]: All the ones at school had it. Well, there's the cover. I think I might have the ISBN somewhere. *searches* I think I threw the paper with it on it away...Oh! But I did find it on Amazon for ya. http://www.ama
Indeed. Although technically it's both if you think about it.
Hmmmm. Didn't think about it that way.....
2010-07-26 [SilverFire]: Thanks. :)
2010-07-26 [*Phoenix*]: Welcomes.
"Early Modern English" is like a sub-category of Modern English so technically speaking it's Modern English, too.
2010-07-27 [SilverFire]: Er, no. :P It's not a sub-category, just like 'post-modernis
2010-07-27 [*Phoenix*]: Well, in my English class we just had "Modern English." She didn't go into to "Early Modern English" or anything. It was "Old English," "Middle English," then "Modern English." That's why I thought they would be together.
2010-07-27 [SilverFire]: Nah. Deeeeefinitely more than three. I don't know what level you're being taught English at, maybe they thought that more detail was unnecessary. :P
2010-07-27 [*Phoenix*]: It's just a Jr/Sr High school class. The teacher probably did think that. I know her pretty well, and our class is a little hard to handle. They complain about EVERYTHING so it makes sense. Thanks.