Paradise Lost Critics

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  • Created on: 04-06-13 12:21
Waldock
"She wakes up in an independent mood", "to follow her whim"
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Tillyard
"From first to last Eve takes and keeps the initiative", "Adam on the other hand, is unprepared and laborious"
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Burden
"By granting his permission Adam becomes involved in what happens to her"
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Dr Johnson
"Turkish contempt of females, as subordinate and inferior beings"
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Sandra Gilbert
"The story of a woman's secondness, her otherness"
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William Ames
"Adam's ability to reason is superior to that of Eve", "If Eve's fault is jealous and vanity, then Adam's is his desire for a being less than himself"
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Margarita Stocker
"Eating the apple represents a rebellion against patriarchal society"
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Arthur Sale
"Their deeds are crimes rather than follies"
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John Milton (Areopagitica)
"God therefore left him free, set before him a provoking object, ever almost in his eyes"
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John Carey
"Seldom been able to regard Satan as a depiction of pure evil", "He is superior in character to Milton's God"
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"From first to last Eve takes and keeps the initiative", "Adam on the other hand, is unprepared and laborious"

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Tillyard

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"By granting his permission Adam becomes involved in what happens to her"

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Card 4

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"Turkish contempt of females, as subordinate and inferior beings"

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Card 5

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"The story of a woman's secondness, her otherness"

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