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Essay heading: Adam: The Ultimate Epic Hero
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Values of bravery and principle seem to be very significant to Milton early on. This description of the gathering of Satan's army follows up the explanation of Satan’s effort to hearten his army. “With high words that bore/Semblance of worth, not substance, gently raised/Their fainting courage and dispelled their fears” (I...
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530). We see that the surface of the army is actually superficial, plain “Semblance of worth, not substance.” There is the appearance of greatness and bravery, yet it is only a facade covering the true cowardice underneath. The heroic terms used to describe the soldiers thus become a somewhat mocking irony caused by Milton...
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