Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. Printed from the Text of Tonson's Correct Edition of 1711. A New Edition, with Notes and the Life of the Author, in Three Volumes, by Thomas Newton, ...
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To whom in brief thus Abdiel stern reply'd . 171 Apostate , still thou err'st , nor end
wilt find Of erring , from the path of truth remote : Unjustly thou depravost it with
the name Of servitude to serve whom God ordains , Or Nature ; God and Nature ...
Or nature fail'd in me , and left some part Not proof enough such object to sustain
, Or from my side subducting , took perhaps More than enough ; at least on her
bestow'd Too much of ornament , in outward show Elaborate , of inward less ...
... all but a rib Crooked by nature , bent as now appears , More to the part sinister
, from me drawn , Well if thrown out , as ... peopled highest Heaven With Spirits
masculine , create at last This novelty on earth , this fair defect Of nature , and not
... till day droop ; while here we dwell , What can be toilsome in these pleasant
walks ? Here let us live , though in fall'n state , content . 180 So spike , so wish'd
much - humbled Eve , but fate Subscrib'd not ; Nature first gave signs , impress'd .
Judge not what is best By pleasure , though to nature seeming meet , Created ,
as thou art , to nobler end Holy and pure , conformity divine . Those tents thou
saw'st so pleasant , were the tents Of wickedness , wherein shall dwell his race
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A masterpiece classic of English literature.
Worth reading for pretty much everyone. It's universal!
It is really a nice epic based on man's fall and regain.I like this poem.I'm also a poet, wrote many poems.My real name is M.Muzzammil Shah