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The Arch-Fiend The Arch-Fiend in The fall of Satan by John Milton is a minded firm person who gets his word across to others His stubborn attitude and arrogance shows that he is the strongest and smartest The pride that made him believe he equaled the Most High meaning he felt equal to God The story describes Satans appearance his action his words and his effect on others In the story Milton describes Satan in many different manner He first talks about him as a form of a snake tempting our grand parents to eat the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden Milton also shows Satans appearance as a beast Pretty much you can see how his appearance and personality are quite related Milton gives us a vivid description of Satan That he has eyes that sparking blaze monstrous size This describes to us how Satan looks now but before Satan was an Angel He is not the same being that he was before Satans actions also are shown on Miltons writings It starts out as early as the beginning of the earth When Satan attracted Adam and Eve to eat the forbidden fruit In his speech to Beelzebub he said that good will never be their task but ever to do ill our sole delight and out of good still find means of evil This shows us that Satan tempts us to do evil actions and like it and how most of us get pleasure or amusement out of it Milton also writes that Satan with the force of subterranean wind transport a dill torn from Pelorus or the shattered side of thundering Etna whose combustibleaid the winds and leave a singed bottom all involved with stench and smoke Satans actions are executed for one main purpose and that is the rebellion he took on God That came from his jealously and envy of mankind Untill Satan wins his battle he will
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