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A Summary of The Diaries of Adam and EveThis play takes place in a beautiful mysterious garden Two characters make up this play Adam and Eve These two characters are totally unaware of their surroundings neither one of them knows who the other one is They know that it is their job to name everything they see The only way they share their feelings is through their diaries The play is brought forth through the writings in their diaries We learn that Eve is very full of herself She thinks that she knows everything She will not even listen to what Adam has to say She persist on naming everything in the garden and eating all of the fruit Adam swears she will eat all the fruit and they will have nothing left to eat Adam feels that Eve is a pest She is like his shadow following him around and bothering him He would rather sit by himself and enjoy all the beautiful surroundings without sharing them without her Adam is more of the conservative type He feels that he has no say so with anything He says that Eve has to have her way In the first act the two characters are constantly arguing They disagree because they both think they are right Adam gets very aggravated with Eve because she names all the animals and sights in the garden without asking him He says she names them because they look like it would be named that Eve longs to have the most knowledge of all She tells Adam they can gain that knowledge by eating the apple from the forbidden tree The serpent has informed her of this fact Adam warns Eve that she must not eat the apple or God will punish them Eve eats the apple despite Adams warning This ends the first actIn the second act the attitude toward each other changes Adam still blames Eve for getting kicked
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