Paradise Lost Quotes Book 9

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'In meditated fraud and malice, bent On man's destruction'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: Presented as Machiavellian
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'Fit vessel, fittest imp of fraud, in whom To enter
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: he is being logical as he thinks the snake seems innocent so it is the right choice to trick Eve
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'For only in destroying I find ease To my relentless thoughts; and him destroyed'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: he feels justified in his actions
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'Let us divide our labours'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: being pragmatic and asserting her authority. this either shows her rebellion of her position or her adventurousness
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'for nothing lovelier can be found In woman, than to study household good, And good looks in her husband promote'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: he appreciated her input but thinks they would be better if they stay together. We differ due to political views of modern day.
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'He made us delight in reasons joined'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: saying God made them to be togther so they need to stay together.
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'malicious foe'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: Regarding Satan.
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'And what is faith, love, virtue unassayed Alone, withiut exterior help sustained?'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: In order to know ifyou are good you have to be tested.
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'His fraudulent temptation thus began'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Milton makes us aware that Satan isnt to be trusted and acknowledges this openly.
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'thy celestial beauty adore'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: Comparing Eve to angels and suggesting that she is equal to something godly.
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'A goddess among gods, adored and served'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: Trying to distance and draw Eve's attenton away from God
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'guileful tempter'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Satan is full of skill and malicious intent. He knows how to flatter her and manipulate her (Machiavellian)
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'and right thou shouldst be obeyed'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: He is elevating her status to persuade her to listen
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'our reason is our law'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: Reflects Milton and his views on society.
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'To whom thus eve yet sinless.'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Not yet corrupt
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'Queen of this universe'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: Raising her status
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'the threatener'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: Referring to God
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'And life more perfect have attained than fate'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: First refernece to the Pagan concept of fate.
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'The gods are first, and that advantage use On our belief'
Speaker: Satan. Analysis: Saying that God is manupulative suggesting he is also Machiavelli
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'Fixed' 'persuasive' 'impregned' 'desire' 'longing eye' 'mused'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Language of sin
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'her rash hand in evil hour' 'she plucked, she ate'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Climax of tragedy. The fall of Eve.
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'Earth felt the wound, and nature from her seat'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Insignificant act Vs the hyperbolic image of nature rebelling against the action.
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'O sovereign, virtuous, precious of all trees In Paradise'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: Courtly Love of the tree
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'heaven is high' 'Our great forbidder, safe with all his spies About him'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: God is distant with man so Eve has turned her back on God.
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'And render me more equal' 'sometime Superior; for inferior who is free?'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: She doesnt see their relationship as equal.
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'Certain my resolution is to die; How can i live without thee'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: Eve's decision ruined him. 'Affective Individualism',the bond of marriage goes against their filial obligation. Adam's bond with Eve is more important than Divine love to God.
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'She gave him' 'fondly overcome with female charm'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: eve was decieved into eating the fruit but A eats it out of love. He is foolish. In his rational mind he knows she was tricked.
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'Pansies' 'asphodel' 'hyacinth'
Speaker: Milton Analysis: Linked with the idea of humility, death, death and birth
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'And force upon free will hath here no place'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: He let her make her own decision. What is the point of having things if you havent been tested.
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Card 2

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Speaker: Satan. Analysis: he is being logical as he thinks the snake seems innocent so it is the right choice to trick Eve

Back

'Fit vessel, fittest imp of fraud, in whom To enter

Card 3

Front

Speaker: Satan. Analysis: he feels justified in his actions

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Speaker: Eve. Analysis: being pragmatic and asserting her authority. this either shows her rebellion of her position or her adventurousness

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Speaker: Adam. Analysis: he appreciated her input but thinks they would be better if they stay together. We differ due to political views of modern day.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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