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O, how fallen! how changed From him, who, in the happy realms of light, Clothed with transcendent brightness, didst outshine Myriads though bright! Who does this excerpt describe? A. King Charles, after being dethroned B. Adam, after accepting Eve's apple C. Satan, who was once an angel D. Mankind, in his relentless sin
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User: O, how fallen! how changed From him, who, in the happy realms of light, Clothed with transcendent brightness, didst outshine Myriads though bright! Who does this excerpt describe? A. King Charles, after being dethroned B. Adam, after accepting Eve's apple C. Satan, who was once an angel D. Mankind, in his relentless sin

Weegy: O, how fallen! how changed From him, who, in the happy realms of light, Clothed with transcendent brightness, didst outshine Myriads though bright! This excerpt describes: Satan, who was once an angel.
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User: Given the underlying theme of Milton's Paradise Lost and the author's use of allusion, the study of which of the following texts would profit the reader most? A. The Canterbury Tales B. the Bible C. Beowulf D. The Odyssey

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Given the underlying theme of Milton's Paradise Lost and the author's use of allusion, the study of the Bible would profit the reader most.
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What does languish mean? A. to waste away B. to maximize C. to flourish D. to become sleepy
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In his poem "To His Coy Mistress," author Andrew Marvell uses literary devices to explore his theme. The following provides the BEST example of one such device (simile): "Sits on thy skin like morning dew, . . ."
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The following is true about Omar Khayyám: He was a Persian poet.
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Marvell uses an allusion to suggest a time span from before the Flood to Armageddon in order to create an image of A. slow motion. B. a time warp. C. eternity. D. time travel.
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It is not B. I don't really know what it is but it's definetly not a time warp.
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Marvell uses an allusion to suggest a time span from before the Flood to Armageddon in order to create an image of: eternity.
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The subject of Paradise Lost is most closely related to Milton's experiences as A. a Puritan. B. a blind man. C. a landowner. D. a member of Parliament.
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A. A puritan
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The subject of Paradise Lost is most closely related to Milton's experiences as: a Puritan.
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The protagonist in Milton's Paradise Lost is in direct conflict with? A. the Creator. B. the Serpent. C. the Shepherd. D. human beings
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The protagonist in Milton's paradise lost is in direct conflict with the Creator.
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