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Paradise Lost

John Milton

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Book I, lines 1–26

Book I, lines 27–722

Book II

Book III

Book IV

Book V

Book VI

Book VII

Book VIII

Book IX, Lines 1–403

Book IX, Lines 404–1189

Book X

Book XI

Book XII

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just wow

by jimmypagesscarf, September 03, 2013

This is it.... this is what sends us all to Hel....

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Good

by Astori, April 21, 2014

I agree with most of the explanation and analysis above. But one thing else to be added is that a hero doesn't bear evil intentions ever, otherwise there would be no difference between a protagonist and an antagonist.

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Q. Consider 'Paradise Lost' as an Epic.

by touhidsm, April 22, 2014

Q. What qualities of an epic do you find in 'Paradise Lost'?

Ans: Paradise Lost is one of the finest examples of epic tradition in all of literature. Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton. It was originally published in 1667 (though written nearly ten years earlier) in ten books, with a total of over ten thousand individual lines of verse.
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