Only—it was an unfortunate circumstance that Comus should have been the span on which everything balanced.
But the classical model upon which Comus was formed has not yet been discovered.
It was the invention of a juggler named Comus, who performed it with his eyes bandaged.
The little volume also contained Comus and Lycidas, which had been previously printed.
A part of Milton's Comus is almost a verbal transcript of the pastoral.
Todd was the first to print them, in his edition of Comus, 1798.
The most beautiful work of this kind is the Comus of Milton.
It is not known by whom the parts of Comus and Sabrina were taken.
Comus has discarded his mantle and donned a red nose, a split-up-the-back waistcoat, and a pair of clap-sticks.
Milton has unmuffle in Comus, 321: "Unmuffle, ye faint stars."