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    Paradise Lost's Characterizations

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    "Paradise Lost" contains more major speaking roles for divine, angelic, and demonic characters than most of the texts. How are these groups represented? Are all angels uniform in character and personality? Are all fallen angels equal, of the same mind, or described in the same manner? How is God portrayed? How do these representations compare to other texts we've read, or to the characterizations we've inherited in Western Tradition?

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    As you briefly justify how "Paradise Lost" offers more prominent speaking roles for divine, angelic, and demonic characters than most other texts, I feel that they are integral in showing the good versus evil that manifests in our world. Specifically, I interpret ...

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    200 words briefly summarize characterizations of angels, Satan and God in Milton's Paradise Lost.

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