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By Anonymous - December 13, 2010

Out of all the competing plots and themes in Paradise Lost, arguably the central and most important story is that of humanity’s first members, Adam and Eve, and their self-induced fall from grace into sin. The nature of their relationship is a complex one in which initial appearances are deceiving and in which it is impossible to make any sweeping…

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