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quotation Satan

"Look on me! Me who have touched and tasted yet both lived..... God therefore cannot hurt ye"

2

quotations Adam

"Nor thou his malice and false guile condemn: subtle he needs must be who could seduce angles"

3

quotation Cardinal

" I fell into he galleys in your service"

4

quotation Ferdinand

" Thou art undone.. dost thou know what reputations is?"

5

quotation Eve

" This intellectual food for beasts reserved?"

6

quotation Antonio

" may our sweet affections, like spheres, be still in motion"

7

"Look on me! Me who have touched and tasted yet both lived.. God therefore cannot hurt ye"

satan is vain in assuming his place above God
link to Eve pride in assuming her place above God
'hurt' -- godly wrath, believing she can sin

8

" I fell into the galleys in your service"

shows the Cardinal is involved in a dubious deed
" fall" relate to fall of man apply to Catholic cardinal
Cardinal thinks he is also above God as his pride allows him to sin
catholics seen as sinful people in Protestant England

9

"Nor thou his malice and false guile condemn: subtle he needs must be who could seduce angles"

Adam calms Eve -- prideful as he assumes a patronising stand point in there argument
link to patriarchy in Miltons era

10

" Thou art undone.. dost thou know what reputation is?"

Ferdinand prideful as he berates the Duchess
link to patriarchy and social construct
'undone' link to disgrace and fall-- PL

11

" This intellectual food for beasts reserved?"

words beasts and food-- Eve prideful as she believes she is more important thus her justifying eating from the tree

12

" may our sweet affections, like spheres, be still in motion"

link to PL quotation of Eve eating fruit
Antonio pride of marrying higher than his station

13

critic DOM - William Painter

" we ought not climb higher than our force permitteth"

14

Critic PL - J. Reimer

" Eve, and her gender, are portrayed as characters simultaneously esteemed and demeaned"