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Head of the rebellious angels who have just fallen from Heaven. He embarks on a mission to Earth that eventually le to the fall of Adam and Eve, but also worsens his eternal punishment. His character changes throughout the poem. Satan often appears to speak rationally and persuasively, but later in the poem we see the inconsistency and irrationality of his thoughts.
He can assume any form, adopting both glorious and humble shapes. Read an in-depth analysis of Satan. The first human, the father of our race, and, along with his wife Eve, the caretaker of the Garden of Eden. Adam is grateful and obedient to God, but falls from grace when Eve convinces him to her in the sin of eating from the Tree of Knowledge.
Read an in-depth analysis of Adam. The first woman and the mother of mankind. Because she was made from Adam and for Adam, she is subservient to him. She is also weaker than Adam, so Satan focuses his powers of temptation on her. Read an in-depth analysis of Eve. One part of the Christian Trinity. He foresees the fall of mankind through them. He does not prevent their fall, in order to preserve their free will, but he does allow his Son to atone for their sins.
Jesus Christ, the second part of the Trinity. When the fall of man is predicted, He offers himself as a sacrifice to pay for the sins of mankind, so that God the Father can be both just and merciful. Beelzebub discusses with Satan their options after being cast into Hell, and at the debate suggests that they investigate the newly created Earth.
He and Satan embody perverted reason, since they are both eloquent and rational but use their talents for wholly corrupt ends.
One of the principal devils in Hell. Belial argues against further war with Heaven, but he does so because he is an embodiment of sloth and inactivity, not for any good reason. His eloquence and learning is great, and he is able to persuade many of the devils with his faulty reasoning. A devil known in the Bible as the epitome of wealth. Mammon always walks hunched over, as if he is searching the ground for valuables.
In the debate among the devils, he argues against war, seeing no profit to be gained from it. He believes Hell can be improved by mining the gems and minerals they find there. A rash, irrational, and murderous devil.
Moloch argues in Pandemonium that the devils should engage in another full war against God and his servant angels. Sin has the shape of a woman above the waist, that of a serpent below, and her middle is ringed about with Hell Hounds, who periodically burrow into her womb and gnaw her entrails. She guards the gates of Hell. Death in turn rapes his mother, begetting the mass of beasts that torment her lower half. One of the archangels of Heaven, who acts as a guard at the Garden of Eden.
Gabriel confronts Satan after his angels find Satan whispering to Eve in the Garden. An angel who guards the planet earth. Uriel is the angel whom Satan tricks when he is disguised as a cherub. An angel who at first considers ing Satan in rebellion but argues against Satan and the rebel angels and returns to God. His character demonstrates the power of repentance.
The chief of the archangels, Michael le the angelic forces against Satan and his followers in the battle in Heaven, before the Son provides the decisive advantage. Jekyll and Mr. SparkTeach Teacher's Handbook. Themes Motifs Symbols. Book Full Book Quiz. Characters Character List. Main Characters Satan Head of the rebellious angels who have just fallen from Heaven. Adam The first human, the father of our race, and, along with his wife Eve, the New friend for Paradise of the Garden of Eden. Eve The first woman and the mother of mankind. God the Father One part of the Christian Trinity.
God the Son Jesus Christ, the second part of the Trinity. Belial One of the principal devils in Hell. Mammon A devil known in the Bible as the epitome of wealth. Moloch A rash, irrational, and murderous devil. Uriel An angel who guards the planet earth. Abdiel An angel who at first considers ing Satan in rebellion but argues against Satan and the rebel angels and returns to God. Michael The chief of the archangels, Michael le the angelic forces against Satan and his followers in the battle in Heaven, before the Son provides the decisive advantage.
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