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What did God do to invoke Satan's disobedience in "Paradise Lost"?

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Which poet helped Milton in writing when he became blind?

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Name the one Seraph who stands up to Satan in the name of God in "Paradise Lost".

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Milton invokes the muses in "Paradise Lost"

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"Paradise Regained" and "Samson Agonistes" were published together in

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In "Paradise Lost", Adam forgives Eve for her sin.

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Which one is Milton's elegy on Edward King?

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Puritanism has Milton as its

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Milton's "On his Blindness" is a/an

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The Lady of Light was the nickname of

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'I was born in London of an honest family. I hardly ever left my studies or went to bed before midnight.' Milton said in

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"Comus" was published in 1637

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Which Milton's work is without a trace of Puritanism?

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In "Paradise Lost", Satan and his fallen ones cannot redeem themselves.

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Milton's "Comus” was published in

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Satan is portrayed as being wholly evil in "Paradise Lost".

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Christian struggle for salvation is the theme of

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In "Lycidas", the King has been presented as a

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How many books are there in "Paradise Lost"

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Which Milton's poem is based on patience

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"Lycidas" of Milton is an/a

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