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    the creation of Man as the caretaker for the world in which God created. Both accounts present God as the creator and an all-powerful being. The “JE” account does provide more insight to God’s relationship with humanity through the account of Adam and Eve and Original Sin. The point at which each account presents the creation does not impact its importance in either account since God values man enough to make him the caretaker of his

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    place on ourselves. Adam and Eve ate the apple and did not think about why they shouldn’t eat the apple until, they realize they are naked. The ego shows that many times we do not think about what happens after. Similar to Adam and Eve questions and feelings are not thought about until, people get into trouble or regret the decision they make. The ego mixed with the Id is this didactic of being in the real world and having all these freedoms, but for some reason humanity much like Adam hides from it.

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    Disobedience and Exile an Analysis of Satan from Milton’s Paradise Lost John Milton’s epic poem, Paradise Lost, has been the subject of criticism and interpretation through many years; these interpretations concur in that Adam and Eve are the sufferers of the poem, and it is their blight to lose Paradise because of their disobedience; however, their exile is merely a plight brought by Satan, and it is he who suffers exile before any others. Satan changes from Book I of the poem to Book XII; his

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    Milton: The Achievement Of Humans

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    Paradise Lost, a 17th century poem encompassing marriage and idolatry brings about the theme of death to human beings for the first time as well as the loss of their place in paradise. However, one is not to blame for the fall of man. Lucifer tempted Adam and Eve to eat the Forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge, instigating sin. According to Milton, this is “humankind’s first act of disobedience towards God” (SN Editors). “[For humans] an idea is like a virus, resilient, highly contagious. The smallest

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    Moreover, God’s messengers are also themes of the Qur’an. There are many stories of the Prophets in the Qur’an. The Qur’an shows that Adam who is the first Prophet is the first human being, and the Prophet Muhammad is the last Prophet. In addition, it shows that how the Prophets suffered and faced difficulties in bringing the God’s message to all human being. However, the Prophets were patient and focusing on how to deliver the message to all people peacefully. Also, the messengers are “charged with

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    is a relatively small place in Milton’s epic poem, but it seems to be an environment replete with satisfaction. Or is it? We students of experiential literature owe Milton a debt of gratitude for helping us to experience our forebears’, that is Adam and Eve’s, lack of satiation within a paradisiacal environment. This paper will explore the topic of satiety within that environment; and, along the way, discuss the concept of singularity found in Cavendish’s Blazing World for comment upon that satiation

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    Many believe that literature is a commentary on the time it is written, but great literature is a reflection of all ages. Within many texts that have been read this semester, there has been a great amount of modern-day relevance. Two of these pieces include the Old Testament and Hamlet. Both texts are from years ago, but still hold a great amount of importance to this day. One can relate to this works of art, in today’s society. Not every piece of literature can be interpreted in this way for years

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    The most remarkable and well-known poetry of Paradise Lost was written by the author of John Milton and the illustrations of Paradise Lost were illustrated by the artist named William Blake. During the Romantic Era, William Blake was considered an influential figure in the history of the painters. He was a great painter, one of the great poet in English language, and a printmaker who designed his own printing press. Blake’s paintings were famous for his incredibly use of watercolor paints which made

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    Discussion

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    Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights is a triptych, meaning that it consists of three parts—a central panel with one hinged wing on either side. This painting depicts paradise with Adam and Eve and many animals on the left panel, the earthly delights with nude figures and different frits and animals in the middle panel, and hell with the punishments of the different sins on the right panel. Bosch’s usage of visual elements and principles of design is what makes this piece of art not only interesting

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    Paradise Lost

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    Paradise Lost The poem is divided up into 12 books. The verse is English heroic without rhyme, as that of Homer in Greek, and of Virgil in Latin. (Knopf, 1996) “This neglect then of rhyme so little is to be taken for a defect, though it may seem so perhaps to vulgar readers, that it rather is to be esteemed an example set, the first in English, of ancient liberty recovered to heroic poem from the troublesome and modern bondage of writing.” (Knopf, 1996) Book One proposes the whole subject of

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