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    with alliteration, Milton’s construct of evil has taken on an entirely new demeanor, something playful and inoffensive, and extremely attractive to Eve. But hate is not a force that Satan alone subscribes to, for God and the Son are also capable of hate; the Son says to the Father at one point “ Whom thou hat’st, I hate” (Paradise Lost 6: 734). Adam responds to Raphael’s story like a child would to a fairytale. He is more concerned with how it all began, rather than heeding Raphael’s warning

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    Genesis Analysis

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    Intro The account of creation is found in the book of Genesis. Chapters one through eleven tell of how and when God created the Earth, the Heavens, all forms of life and everything else in the Universe. Genesis also tells stories Adam and Eve as well as all of their descendants. Genesis is part of the living Word of God, providing details of the character of God, the principles of man, and man’s relation to God. Most importantly, Genesis offers teachings on the natural world, human identity, human

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    Biblical Worldview Essay

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    Genesis is the first book of the Bible and a large amount of information about the world can come from reading Genesis. What we learn from Genesis greatly influences our worldview, which is the framework of how we view the world and make value judgments about life. A worldview answers the questions of origin, identity, meaning, morality, and destiny. I believe that I have a biblical worldview and support the Bible in its teachings. When looking at the book of Genesis, specifically Genesis 1-11, key

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    our willpower) are explored in “Paradise Lost” & “The Garden Party” through their characters and readers. The argument that literary texts are “machines of desire” suggests they produce this in different ways. For instance, Adam’s hedonic desires of Eve leads to acts not associated in Eden and the Fall of Man “connubial love refused” (4.741-3). Whereas, Laura’s hedonic desires and sexual awakening [“looked impressive”] (pg.1) results in her family’s repression that conceals her growth “black hat” (pg

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    Book Of Genesis Summas

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    characters in Genesis is Adam and Eve, Noah, Abram (Abraham), Isaac, Sara, and Jacob. Genesis starts with God creating the entire world by just speaking. He then spoke and it came to be. He spoke and the stars were created, he spoke and animals were created. He took some sand and breathed on it and Adam (the first man) was created. God made the garden of Eden and placed Adam there with animals and nature. God saw all that He created and saw that it was good, but He saw that Adam was lonely and He took

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    character of Eve to argue that women are created to be intellectually inferior to men but upon realizing they are inferior women will fight back until they return to submission. From the first mention of man and woman in his poem, Milton immediately asserts that the function of a woman is to submit to her husband. Prior to the fall of man, Eve’s submission to Adam is continually emphasized. This emphasis begins with the very first mention of Adam and Eve. The narrator discusses the purposes Adam and Eve

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    horrible beats that surround her with “ceaseless cry” (II. 795) that continually re-enter her womb to be born again as they tear their way back out of her. This is much like a foreshadowing to the punishment of painful childbearing God bestows on Eve in Book 10 after she has fallen. However, Sin’s torture is constant as she states, “That rest or intermission none I find” (II.802). The many uses of words such as “infinite” (II.797) and the repetition in “hourly conceived / And hourly born” (II796-797)

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    Lost. The poem is laid out over ten books with the plot of Adam and Eve’s disobedience of God and the Fall. Book 9 Satan returns to try and deceive immortal Adam and Eve. Adam disobeys God’s plan allowing Eve to be encountered by Satan deep in the garden. Satan successful in deceiving Eve runs away after she eats the forbidden fruit. Returning to Adam, Eve seduces him into committing a sin thus results in the Fall of grace. However, Adam not deceived by Satan; but he’s swayed by Eve’s feminine charm

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    between men and women focusing primarily on the first man and woman: Adam and Eve. Throughout the epic poem the roles that women play are clearly subordinate to that of men. The theme that women are inferior to men is most easily recognized when observing that Eve is made from Adam, Eve is under Adam’s rule and authority, and Eve is the one who is punished and viewed as the first “sinner.” Milton starts the story of Adam and Eve by reiterating the biblical story and emphasizing that the first woman

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    The Temptation of Eve in Milton’s Paradise Lost “Dream not of other worlds,” the angel Raphael warns Adam in Miltons’s Paradise Lost (VIII.175). Eve, however, dreams of another world in which she will gain knowledge and power, a wish that is superficially fulfilled when she succumbs to Satan’s temptation and eats from the Tree of Knowledge. Awakening in the Garden of Eden as though from a dream, Eve searches for her identity and her place in Paradise. Satan provides Eve with a chance to gain

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