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When I ask this question I dont mean that Adam and Eve could be the relative of Zeus and Prometheus what do I mean I mean are Adam and Eves version of punishment more related or more different than Zeuss punishment on Prometheus The method you would use to answer this question is known as compare and contrast Compare and contrast is when you take a certain topic idea object etc and talk about its differences and similarities Now to make these comparisons you must know the story so heres a brief summary of both Adam and Eve were created after all of the Earth was finished God allowed to drink of the fresh water from the spring and to eat the animals and plants as needed But they were specifically told not to eat from the Tree of Knowledge One day a snake persuades Eve to eat from this tree a sweet apple after she bites she offers it to Adam who reluctantly takes a bite They are punished by being kicked out of the Garden of Eden stripped of their immortality and forced to suffer on their own In the story of Prometheus after humans are given gifts from Epimetheus Prometheus is asked to give a gift that would really help humans survive So Prometheus gave the humans fire and this angered Zeus Also he would not tell Zeus which child of his would dethrone him so he was chained to a rock and every day a eagle came to eat at his liver How are these stories different How are they similar There are only to similarities that I could think of between these two stories Similarities are the things topics ideas objects etc have in common My first similarity is in the type of punishment they endure After Adam and Eve our kicked out the Garden of Eden they have to struggle on their own and learn how to survive without
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