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    'Paradise lost' reflects great credit ___ John Milton?

    'Paradise lost' reflects great credit ____ John Milton.

    How should I fill in this blank? It seems to be an awkward sentence.

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    Re: 'Paradise lost' reflects great credit ___ John Milton?

    It is an awkward sentence. They may be looking for to - all credit to him - but it doesn't work here for me because of the verb reflect.

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    Re: 'Paradise lost' reflects great credit ___ John Milton?

    '...on...' sounds good to me.

    Rover

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