Paradise Lost Lines 84-241 Lecture 6 | Satan & Beelzebub

Paradise Lost Lines 84-241 Lecture 6 | Satan & Beelzebub

How does Satan in Milton’s Paradise Lost react to his fall? How does he try to gain back hope from despair? This video explains in details the first two speeches of Satan, addressed to Beelzebub. These speeches help to understand Satan’s presentation and addresses the questions of heroism and choice. The video also explains important epic similes like “Titanian”, “Leviathan”, “Pelorus” and “Aetna”.

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