Belial argues against further war with Heaven, but he does so because he is an embodiment of sloth and inactivity, not for any good reason.
Then one day there is a newcomer, a Son, born not created.
So there are these degrees, from love to lust: Heaven starts it, knowing the possible consequences, which are therefore not wholly unintended. For example, Adam is, understandably, a confused Neoplatonist: The fall actually produces a new and higher love from God to Man.
For Adam gets his consort. Satan has no answer to this point except sophistic rigmarole. They have the experience for it; it is not talk abstracted from life but real inquiry.
For Satan, at home in Hell, says instead: Mammon always walks hunched over, as if he is searching the ground for valuables. In the end it is he who cannot bear to be without her; she is, after all, one of his bones.
Beelzebub discusses with Satan their options after being cast into Hell, and at the debate suggests that they investigate the newly created Earth. Eve, that crooked bone, is a born schismatic as Satan is a created one. So Heaven is not interesting until there is civil war, and even then the so easily victorious Son fades against the brilliant, beaten Adversary, whose legions the heavenly general sweeps so easily over the brink into chaos, like Indians driving herds of buffalo over cliffs into canyons.
One is the drive to explore, experiment, experience—as he sails through the uncreated void to explore the created world, she dreams of flying with him to behold the earth in its immensity, the first human to ride the skies.
When Abdiel stands up to Satan in Book V, Abdiel says that God created the angels "in their bright degrees" and adds "His laws our laws" The deference with which Adam greets Raphael shows the human accepting his position in regard to the angel.
Such resting found the sole Of unblest feet. Once again, the question is whether their novel unbowered daytime sex with its postcoital recriminations, whether love turned into lust, is the sin or its consequence? We learn that more such grow in Heaven, that after the fatal fall, man has to be moved from the proximity of the one in Paradise, for it can cure mortality To take a coolly secular view, the ruler of this polity is either deliberately disruptive or disregards some prime rules of management: What a complexity of divine design!Milton oversaw the printing of a second edition of Paradise Lost inwhich included an explanation of "why the poem rhymes not," clarifying his use of blank verse, along with introductory notes by Marvell.
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A list of all the characters in Paradise Lost. The Paradise Lost characters covered include: Satan, Adam, Eve, God the Father, God the Son, Beelzebub, Belial, Mammon.
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