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Essay heading: "Paradise Lost" By John Milton/ The Transformation Of Satan
 
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Satan decides to pay a visit to this paradise, but he knows in order to get through paradise he needed to transform into non-human like figures. That was nothing to Satan because he would do anything to corrupt humankind. In order for Satan to get to Paradise he had to travel through the gates of Hell, the sentries Sin and Death, and the realm of Chaos...
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While traveling through these places Satan goes through numerous transformations, from a humble cherub, a cormorant, a toad, and finally a snake. He also gives birth to Sin with a burst of fire from his forehead.(Satan is a narcissistic to the point of being aroused by his own image, 3. and from his incest with his daughter Sin, Death is born...
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