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No more of talk where God or Angel Guest With Man as with his Friend familiar usd To sit indulgent and with him partake Rural repast permitting him the while Venial discourse unblamd I now must change Those Notes to Tragic foul distrust and breach Disloyal on the part of Man revolt And disobedience on the part of Heavn Now alienated distance and distaste PL IX 1-9 In Paradise Lost the consequences of the fall and the change in relations between man and nature can best be discussed when we look at Miltons pre-fall descriptions of Eden and its inhabitants Believing that fallen humans could never fully understand what life was like in Eden and the relationships purely innocent beings shared Milton begins his depiction of Paradise and Adam and Eve through the fallen eyes of Satan So little knows Any but God alone to value right The good before him but perverts best things To worse abuse or to thir meanest use Beneath him with new wonder now he views To all delight of human sense exposd In narrow room Natures whole wealth yea more A Heaven on Earth for blissful Paradise Of God the Garden was by him in the East Of Eden planted IV 201-210 Milton presents a symbolic landscape a garden that certainly was created by a divine power Eden is fertile andAll Trees of noblest kind for sight smell taste IV 217 grow in abundance blooming with fruit There are mountains hills
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