Satan and Adam in "Paradise Lost"
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The paper looks at how Milton employs the Biblical teachings of free will as offered by God, and the harsh penalties for going against his will. The paper then discusses how the heroism that Satan provides is making human beings aware of the other way of life that God has been hiding from them, which then leads to Eve's tasting of the forbidden fruit. The paper explains that Adam then becomes the voice of stability and humble acceptance, as he seeks to understand the deeper meaning of their new role as fallible human beings.
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