To begin with, in the King James bible of the story of Adam and Eve in the garden has a variety missing pieces to what actually happened in the story. To start with, why is the tree of good and evil in the middle of the garden and is it the only tree that Adam and Eve cannot eat from. For example, I do not understand why God tells them that they can eat anything in the garden but the one tree thats in the middle of the garden, and there is not a clear reason why God tells them this. Why would God put one tree in the garden that Adam and Eve cannot eat from, Im pretty sure that Adam and Eve would get curious about the tree of good and evil in why God told them not to eat of that tree and in what would the fruit taste like. Also, why is there so much missing information and what happens in the story of Adam and Eve. For instance, when Adam names the animals how does he know what to call them, and why did not Adam stop Eve from eating the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. I think that even though this story is thousands of years old, there is so much fill in the blank information in this story so I kind of have to make up my own reason why certain events happene...
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...mes of the animals, but then liked the change. The whole end part of that poem was very confusing, extremely hard to read, and understand. To sum up, this poem to me was extremely confusing and very hard to understand why Eve goes around and changes the names of the already named animals but then forgets their name.
To conclude, the theme between these stories and poems has many unknowns within the words of the stories, and the reader has to fill in the unknown with their own guess of what happened. I think that these stories overall are hard to read and understand, and are filled with unknown information that have to be filled in by the reader as a theory of what may have happened. I also think that even though these stories are thousands of years old there has to be some conclusion out there on what really happened during those unknown parts of each story and poem.
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