Resultater 6-10 af 21
989 1000 With faltering speech and visage incomposed , Answered : “ I know
thee , stranger , who thou art , That mighty leading angel , who of late Made head
against heaven's King , though overthrown . I saw and heard ; for such a
Eve , wondering to hear the serpent speak , asks how he attained to human
speech and such understanding not till now ; the serpent answers that by tasting
of a certain tree in the garden he attained both to speech and reason , till then
void of ...
It will be very interesting for the student to seek through the speech of each to
identify him with one of the so - called “ Seven Deadly Sins , " for which see
Encyc . Brit . , VIII . , 592-593 , and Spenser's Faery Queen , B. I. , Canto 4 .
35 , and xxxii . 4 . 484-489 . Rebel king . 1 Kings xii . VIII . , 490. Belial . Find from
Belial's speech 104 ( BOOK 1 NOTES.
Find from Belial's speech , B. II . , 109–228 , what sin he personifies . See Seven
Deadly Sins , Encyc . Brit . , 592-593 . 490-502 . Notice that Belial has no special
temple . Why ? What does he personify ? 507-518 . Titan . For places , see Map ...
Hvad folk siger - Skriv en anmeldelse
LibraryThing ReviewBrugeranmeldelse - 9days - LibraryThing
This is by far my favorite edition of Paradise Lost. Since the text is full of archaic references, understanding what is meant can often be difficult (and result in a lot of trips to reference books ... Læs hele anmeldelsen