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    Milton                                   2/16/99 It is obvious to the reader that John Milton blames Eve entirely for initiating the original sin and thus losing Paradise. It is she who convinces her husband to allow them to work separately, and it is she who is coerced to eat the fruit that was expressly forbidden by God. John Milton’s view is patriarchal, but involves a contradictory description of Eve as logical, for men at that time did not view women as intelligent. Milton’s demonstration of Eve’s

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    the story of Adam and Eve there are many fundamental issues that can be discusses depending on how each character is analyzed. Through the passing of time, interpretation of stories have changed and therefore the original purpose of the character have been altered as well. In the popular imagination, Eve is often depicted as a seductress who tempted

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    Eve And The Apple

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    Eve and the Apple No one completely understands the ways of God. Many of us can come up with our own opinions, and justify his ways in our own minds, just as Milton did in Paradise Lost. Just as Adam and Eve, we all are gifted with free will and the responsibility of making important decisions and choices in our life, which will determine our future. But we may well ask ourselves today, of what use would this free will be to us if we did not know good from evil? When Eve ate the apple

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    The Innocence of Eve

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    Imagine how life in the Garden of Eden is beautiful. Adam and Eve have the perfect life, of living luxuriously and eating all the fruit without the efforts of hard labor. However; the serpent had to come around and persuade Eve and manipulate her into eating a fruit from the tree of knowledge and good and evil. Yet, Eve may have taken the first bite, which no argument can be disagreed upon, but Adam, who was so in love with her and would forget himself around her is the reason why she took the bite

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    Adam & Eve

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    specifically the story of Adam and Eve. It is also from this twisted tale of betrayal and deceit that we gain our knowledge of mankind?s free will, and God?s intentions regarding this human capacity. There is one school of thought which believes that life is mapped out with no regard for individual choice while contrary belief tells us that mankind is capable of free will and therefore has control over hisown life and the consequences of his actions. The story of Adam and Eve and the time they spent in

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    kid. As a child they may have been naive, unaware; not yet knowing the bad or evil that exists in the world. The idea of loss of innocence may even be traced back to the Book of Genesis and story of Adam and Eve. In this biblical narrative Adam and Eve experience a loss of innocence. Adam and Eve in the Book of Genesis not only mark a loss of innocence, but for years the story has been used as a biblical teaching. It is an important story that sets up a relationship between God and mankind. The story

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    Analysis Of Adam And Eve

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    a human. While Adam was struggling and trying to figure out how to live with this woman and how to treat her, Eve had a plenty of time to understand this life and the purpose of living. Adam plays the conservative role as Twain presented him, which always gave the chance to Eve to have her way in the first step of an act. The entertaining fact about their relationship, is that Adam and Eve have no idea about who the other one

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    Adam and Eve

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    touches the viewer. The story of Adam and Eve depicts two people of opposite gender, and their journey through discovering the root of guilt, and the consequences of knowledge. After Eve (and eventually Adam) eats the attractive forbidden fruit from the tree of life - being tempted by the serpent, Adam and Eve are forever punished from the Garden of Eden, liberating both from innocence. Due to Masaccio's genius paintwork, he portrays the Expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden with precise detail

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    Adam and Eve

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    powerless on decisions with compliance at all times. Women from the Renaissance era must docile when speaking, and never speak out of anger or argue, nor must she be clever and witty. The detracted value of women was established long after Adam and Eve sinned together. The marriage structure in the Renaissance era explicitly exhibits gender roles of husband and wife, and men and women. Marriage was construed as a dominant and authoritative link. In accordance to the Bible, it is the duty of the

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    The History of Adam and Eve

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    There is a famous story that is in the bible. This story is about Adam and Eve. It is probably one of the most important stories in the bible. This story tells about the very first sin that was ever created. It goes on to tell about how everything changed once Adam took a bite of the apple. It is one that I have heard since I was just a little girl and it still holds meaning today. This is how the story goes. The story starts out with God creating Adam. After God was done creating Adam he placed

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