Milton's Theodicy: The Role of Satan and the Son in "Paradise Lost" Craft, Lauren en_US
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dc.description.abstract Initially, what attracted me to Satan and the Son as possible topics of inquiry were their opposed natures. I felt that Milton intended for his readers to regard the Son and Satan as the ideal man and common man, respectively, to dramatize the difficulty ofbeing a Christian like the Son, when so many individuals are drawn to vice, as is Satan. en_US
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dc.title Milton's Theodicy: The Role of Satan and the Son in "Paradise Lost" en_US
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