Paradise Lost Quotes Book 10

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'Because not yet inflicted , as he feared' 'But whom send i to judge them?'
Speaker: God. Analysis: Shows God as omnicient and Machiavelli "fear me"
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'Was she thy God, that her thou didst obey Before his voice'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: He is placing the blame on Eve and questioning why he chose to listen to her over God.
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'lovely to attract Thy love'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: God made her to be pretty and for Adam not to be the boss
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'And on the serpent thus his curse let fall.'
Speaker: God. Analysis: The serpent is the only innocent character but is being condemned so God isnt as benevolent as people believe.
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'lured' 'carcasses' 'murky' 'bloody'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Dark language and imagery of death, darkness and decay.
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'Mountains of ice that stopped the imagined way'
Speaker: Milton Analysis: Blocking access like the fall blocked access to Paradise.
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'from hence a passage broad, Smooth, easy, inoffensive down to hell'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Death and Sin are creating a bridge of horror which connects Earth and Hell.
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'Pontifical'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Catholic joke. Pontif= Pope of Rome. Linking bridge to Catholicism in a negative light. (Milton was a Protestant Christian)
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'Satan in likeness of an angel bright'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Juxtaposition
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'author and prime architect'
Speaker: Sin. Analysis: This phrase was applied to God in book 5 but now it is applied to Satan
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'prince of darkness'
Speaker: Milton. Analysis: In reference to Satan. Links to the typical Machiavelli Prince.
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'the folly of man'
Speaker: God. Analysis: Blaming man's choices for ruining what he created. Free Will.
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'all but a rib Crooked by nature, bent, as now appears'
Speaker: Adam. Analysis: Saying Eve was made from him and was just an extra God created for him.
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'The sentence from thy head removed may light On me'
Speaker: Eve. Analysis: She is prepared to acknowledge her part in the fall.
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Speaker: Adam. Analysis: He is placing the blame on Eve and questioning why he chose to listen to her over God.

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'Was she thy God, that her thou didst obey Before his voice'

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Speaker: Adam. Analysis: God made her to be pretty and for Adam not to be the boss

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Speaker: God. Analysis: The serpent is the only innocent character but is being condemned so God isnt as benevolent as people believe.

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Speaker: Milton. Analysis: Dark language and imagery of death, darkness and decay.

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