John Milton became totally blind by 1654. There is a bit of debate on the subject, but most agree the cause was either glaucoma or bilateral retinal detachment.
1655 milton was blind
His wife died and he became blind.
John Keats was not blind. It was John Milton, for a period.
John Milton was blind and ate Priyanka doshi's head :)
John Milton was not known to have a actual disability. Though he wrote a poem about being blind it was based on religion not him actually being blind.
Yes, John Milton went blind during the course of his life, and wrote most of his masterpiece, Paradise Lost, without his vision.
Milton dictated the poem to his daughter.
yes he did
both were blind
John Milton (1603)
The cause of John Milton's blindness is not known for sure. Historians have debated the issue and the two most likely causes were determined to be either glaucoma or bilateral retinal detachment.
John Milton was blind. He wrote "Paradise Lost"- one of his masterpieces during his blindness...
He became blind.
John Milton knows that God has called him to be a poet ('that one talent which is death to hide') - but now he finds that he is blind. Blindness is particularly difficult for a poet - as deafness is for a composer. So Milton asks God: 'You have just made Your chosen poet blind. What were you thinking?' But Milton learned to work around his blindness. When Beethoven lost his hearing, he learned to work around that.
Milton was a puritan and rather a militant one. He went blind writing defenses for Charles I.
Milton D. Graham has written: 'Multiply-impaired blind children' -- subject(s): Blind, Blind Children, Children with disabilities, Statistics
I believe he was blind.
Paradise Lost, & then Paradise Regained. Milton was blind. The illustrator of P.L. was the great William Blake.
John Milton Branton's birth name is Milton Olen Branton.