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Darkness Visible, a phrase from Milton's poem Paradise Lost, may refer to:
- Darkness Visible (novel), a 1979 novel by British writer Sir William Golding
- Darkness Visible (Hannah book), a 1952 book about Freemasonry by English clergyman Walton Hannah
- Darkness Visible (memoir), a 1989 memoir by U.S. writer William Styron
- Visible Darkness, a 1959 Russian story and later book by Dmitri Bilenkin about a person who could see in infra-red light
- Darknesse Visible, a piece for solo piano by British composer Thomas Adès based on John Dowland's In darknesse let me dwelle
- Darkness Visible, a piece for symphony orchestra by Spanish composer, Benet Casablancas, after Pessoa and Milton´ words.
- "Darkness Visible," a sixth season episode of the fantasy television series, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
- "Darkness Visible," a first season episode of the BBC thriller series Silent Witness
- "Darkness Visible," a second season episode of the television series La Femme Nikita
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