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             Paradise Lost John Milton THE STORY BOOK I The first book (1) introduces the theme of the entire poem, (2) introduces us to Satan and the fallen angels, and (3) tells us that we are reading an epic poem. In order to put himself in the epic tradition of The Odyssey and The Aeneid, Milton uses devices .
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             Epic Characteristics of Milton's Masterwork, Paradise Lost By: Dani pic Characteristics of Milton's Masterwork Paradise Lost is one of the finest examples of the epic tradition in all of literature. In composing this extraordinary work, John Milton was, for the most part, following in the manner of .
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             a specific meaning behind the whole story, a moral. After watching American Beauty it is easy to see a resemblance in the characters to that of Paradise Lost. In this way you could say that by reading Paradise Lost the characters in American Beauty could have related and changed the way they handled .
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             Analysis of John Milton's - Paradise Lost Paradise Lost is a monumental epic poem in twelve books of blank verse. Paradise Lost is based on the Bible and other writings available in the Renaissance Era. The Epic begins with Milton's Intentions for "Paradise Lost." As stated in the beginning .
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             Paradise Lost The argument over who is the true protagonist of Paradise Lost, has been brewing for centuries. One would think that Milton, a Puritan, would have no problem casting God as the hero, and Satan as the antagonist. But looking back in0 history, Milton saw that most epic heroes had conflicts .
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             Paradise Lost is an expression of John Milton's own political, religious and philosophical views as it is a timeless universal epic. John Milton's Paradise Lost does not present a unified, cohesive theory of Christian theology. Rather it reflects the eclectic views of a self-righteous poet whose poem .

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