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Most of the remaining essays cluster around one or the other of these poles as they advance Milton's personal theological heresies or his defiance of political authority and poetic conventionalities.
The challenge we are now faced with has less to do with non-existent solutions and more to do with our looking for solutions "outside of the box" of everyday conventionalities, and proactively addressing tomorrow's needs with the technologies we have in existence today.
Only when conventionalities are ignored do these heroines rise to the ideal of sisterhood and 7provide sympathetic support for each other.
Stanley Wells discusses Renaissance staging possibilities for Shakespeare's ghosts, and usefully reminds us that 'the acceptable conventionalities of one generation may become the outdated absurdities of the next', also calling into question our contemporary preoccupation with Renaissance traps.