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Cee Satans Soliloquy Comparing from Satans soliloquy in Book 1 and in Book 4 it is very differnt from each other In book 1 he is talking to his followers and it seems that he is not telling the whole truth But in book 4 while Satan is thinking to himself he is much more honest and his feelings towards God his followers are very differnt from the soliloquy in book 1 In book 1 Satan feels pity toward his followers and he hates God because Satan feels as if God tricked Satan into going to hell In book 4 Satan tricking the guardian angel posted on the sun and reaches earth He Admits his wickedness and dedicates himself to evil He successively becomes a vulture a wolf and a robber In the form of a cormorant he spies on Adam and Eve and his soliloquy reveals envy and self-pity Eden Adam Eve first seen through Satans eyes-constant reminder that everything will be lost soon Adam and Eve are the perfect couple in harmony with God Satan laughs at himself because of the situation and the plan he is about to do Satan is on earth looking at the Garden of Eden he brings Hell with him wherever he goes Satan is of course always full of revenge remorse and envy As Satan looks up at the sky he almost regrets what he is about to do because Gods job is not so easy Sadly Satans ambition would always bring his ruin because he would make the same choice over and over again So nothing is left but Hell to regret would mean giving to God Not only would Satans pride prevent that his regret wouldnt last very long The only hope for Satan is to divide the possession of man with God more than half perhaps will reign In my opinon Satan unbelievably talented but he is throwing
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