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What is love People throughout the ages can define love with various definitions Some may call it a curse and others a blessing None the less love is an essential part in any community and may even have people acting out of the ordinary Author John Milton gives us multiple examples of this so called love in his epic Paradise LostThe most common type of love in contemporary times is male-female Just like any other book of romance Paradise Lost caters to male-female love In fact the main characters Adam and Eve are allegedly the originators of mankind therefore male-female love originators as well Furthermore Adam and Eves erotic and emotional love is a major symbol in this epic Many authors philosophers and readers can pose the argument that male-female love is not the most important to John Milton since after all it is not the only type of love written about From my perspective I think that this type of love had a very large impact on Miltons life and this is why he focuses on it After all arent Adam and Eves romantic relationship the reason mankind fell When writing this book Milton must have had reason to point out loves flaws while focusing on Adam and EveMilton makes it very clear that Adam and Eves love for one another is very important to him Love just like everything else in the world is not perfect and has many key components One of these components is equality Adam and Eves relationship is very old fashioned and unequal in the sense that Eve the women is inferior to Adam the man By conveying this thought throughout the epic it is very reasonable to believe that Milton felt this way about women Another necessary component is trust A relationship without trust is one destined for failure Unfortunately Eve did not trust Adam because Adam made it clear to Eve that eating from the tree of
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