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    similar to those of Adam and Charles, who once tried to kill Adam, and Aron and Caleb, who informed Aron of their mother's profession, an act which led to Aron's death in World War I. Charles and Caleb fight for their fathers' affections in the same way in which Cain fought with Abel over the Lord's attention. Also in the novel, "the Cain characters ... are identified by names beginning with "C" (Cyrus, Charles, Cathy, Caleb) and the Abel characters ... with "A" (Alice, Adam, Aron, Abra)" (Lisca

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    Anne Bradstreet is a very passionate writer and writes about what it means to be a woman under God. Every piece deals with her place in the world in relation to God and how she navigates that relationship within the limits that her world has given her. Her main focus is being a woman and her relationship with God, but the poems also have questions about her place as a woman in relation to her fellow men. Bradstreet is very rhetorical and sneaky. She makes quips about the men in her work and creates

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    The Difference Between Innocence and Experience in Poetry "The idyllic world of Innocence is exposed as naÃve and foolish by the subversive cynicism of Experience." The world of Innocence is happy and loving, and can be compared to Arcadia and the Garden of Eden, the place of true innocence and lack of knowledge. However, Experience is actual reality of what living in the real world is actually like, where people have experienced the problems in the world. They are aware of these problems

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    Nancy Chang AP English 12 Ms. Rose Biblical Allusion Assignment Adam's rib Genesis 2:21-22 God made a woman from one of Adam’s ribs while Adam was sleeping. Alpha and Omega Revelation 1:7-8,11 Alpha and Omega is referred to as Jesus, as he created the beginning of all things and will bring the ending of all things. Am I my brother's keeper? Genesis 4:9-10 When the Lord asked Cain where his brother was, Cain lied and replied, “I do not know; am I my brother’s keeper?”, arguing the point that he

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    making Satan the protagonist of Paradise Lost could have very well been Milton wanted people to sympathize with Satan. People are all flawed in some way or another. This text is Milton 's explanation of why people aren 't and can 't be perfect. Adam and Eve yielded to the temptation of Satan so now we all have a little of the devil inside of us. Because of the evil inside of us all we are able to relate to Satan more than God. Satan in

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    What Is Worldview

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    whether it is intentionally or not. As a Christian, I was raised that the first sin was committed by Eve after eating from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Genesis 3:2-3 NIV). God had said to Adam and Eve not to eat from that tree but they had disobeyed. This original sin would affect the future of mankind. Now because of this sin, there is a wrong and there is a right. Due to actions of Adam and Eve, we would need a Savior. (Genesis 3:15) (Chittick Dr. Donald 2006) All over the bible there are

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    The Ways We Lie

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    When initially asked about the morality of lying, it is easy for one to condemn it for being wrong or even corrupt. However, those asked are generally guilty of the crime on a daily basis. Lying is, unfortunately, a normal aspect of everyday life. In the essay “The Ways We Lie,” author Stephanie Ericsson makes note of the most common types of lies along with their consequences. By ordering the categories from least to most severe, she expresses the idea that lies enshroud our daily lives to the extent

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    his original home. In Paradise Lost Satan we see how Milton will describe Satan as the relatable under dog in the poem and the democracy he creates will set up the possibilities of how the demons would come up to plan the fall of man to displace Adam and Eve from there home. We see Satan’s fall from the very beginning of the book, “by Satan himself on his own showing he suffered from a sense of injur 'd merit" (Book 1, 98). Satan falls to earth being that he got exiled from heaven. Satan builds an

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    “Nothing Gold Can Stay” and “Young Goodman Brown”: Change and Loss of Innocence Innocence can take many shapes. A young and innocent child, a woman who is innocently blind to the ways of sneaky salesmen, an elderly man who is innocent to, and unaware of the bad-doings that are going on around him. Innocence is also easily taken away, yet impossible to get back. Some go their whole lives, naïve to many things, while most get that innocence stolen; whether it is through merely growing up, through

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    Study of William Blake’s Poems of Experience Most of William Blake’s poetry that I have studied has had a major theme or themes such as religion or oppression and usually his poems also use symbolism to get across the point. I am going to study closer two poems: The Tiger and A Poison Tree. The Tiger is a very famous poem and is one of the more popular poems written by Blake. I feel that the poem is about religion, creation and the French Revolution, which took place in France around the

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