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Satan in Paradise Lost
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This 6 page paper provides an analysis of John Milton's Paradise Lost as it concerns the character of Satan. The paper answers the question as to whether or not Satan is portrayed as a hero. The answer is in the affirmative and support is provided for the position. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA24Para.wps

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / The Fall of Humanity
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A 5 page paper comparing the Biblical version of the story of the Fall with Milton's version in Paradise Lost, in order to determine whether or not there really was a Fall. It concludes that Milton certainly believed there was, and had done an incredible amount of Biblical exegesis to back up his assertions. One additional source cited.
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Authority and Hierarchy in Milton's 'Paradise Lost'
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A ten page paper supporting the thesis that the fall of Adam and Eve was inevitable due to their rejection of what Milton believed to be the natural hierarchy of husband over wife and God over humanity. It shows how, even today, Milton is able to achieve his goal of 'justify[ing] the ways of God to man' in a way he did not quite intend. Bibliography lists five sources.
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John Milton / Neoclassicism In His Sonnets
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In 5 pages the author discusses neoclassicism as it pertains to the work of John Milton. Neoclassicism is defined as it relates to 'Sonnet VII: How Soon Hath Time, The Subtle Thief of Youth (1632),' 'Sonnet XXII: Methought I Saw My Late Espoused Saint (1658)' and 'Sonnet XIX: When I Consider How My Light Is Spent (1652-55).' Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Neoclmil.doc

John Milton / Sonnet XIX
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A 6 page argumentative essay outlining Milton's worthiness to his Maker for the receipt of a single talent—poetry. The writer argues that Milton uses the biblical 'The Parable of the Talents' (Matthew 25) to display his own talent and worthiness, and accomplishes such through the use of alliteration, metrics, and other poetic techniques. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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John Milton and the Vision of Orpheus
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In this well-written 9 page essay, the writer's thesis sets out to examine Milton's frequent use of the Orpheus myth throughout his poetry. Specific parallels are drawn between L'Allegro, Il Penseroso, and others as they relate to the myth of Orpheus. Works Cited page lists 4 sources. Milton~1.wps
Filename: Miltonjohn.rtf

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' & Spenser's 'The Faerie Queene' / Chastity and Desire
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A 5 page paper examining the issue of chastity versus desire in Milton's Paradise Lost and Spenser's The Faerie Queene. Looking particularly at the characters of Eve and Britomart, the paper concludes that for both authors, chastity does not mean physical celibacy as much as it means a self-disciplined restraint on wanton desire. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Chastdes.doc

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' & The Fall Of Adam
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15 pages in length. A detailed analysis of Adam's fall as presented by Milton in 'Paradise Lost.' The writer argues that, -- among other things, -- a lack of self-esteem can be attributed Adam's troubles. Numerous examples are given to support this thesis / analysis and the paper's conclusion is very well-argued.
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