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Can you fill in the quotes from Paradise Lost Book IX lines 1000-1200

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Narrator: Earth trembled from her entrails as again in pangs and nature gave a second ...
Narrator: Some sad drops wept at completing of the mortal ...
Narrator: Adam took no thought, eating his ...
Narrator: With new wine intoxicated both they swim in mirth and fancy that they feel divinity within ...
Narrator: But that false fruit far other operation first displayed, carnal desire ...
Adam: If such pleasure be in things to us forbidden it might be wished for this one tree had been forbidden ...!
Adam: Fairer now than ever, bounty of this virtuous ...!
Narrator: Of Eve whose eyes darthed contagious ...
Narrator: There they their fill of love and loves disport took largely, of their mutual guilt the seal, the solace of their ...
Narrator: Soon found their eyes how opened and their minds how ...
Narrator: He covered but his robe uncovered ...
Narrator: And waked shorn of his strength, they destitute and bare of all their ...
Adam: That false worm of whomsoever taught to counterfeit man's ...
Adam: In our faces evident the signs of foul concupiscence, whence evil ...
Adam: Those heavenly shapes will dazzle now this earthly with their blaze insufferably ...
Adam: Cover me ye pines, hide me where I may never see them ...!
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Narrator: Had together sewed their guilt and dreaded ...
Narrator: High passions - anger,hate,mistrust,suspicion,discord - and shook sore their inward state of ...
Narrator: For understanding rule not and the will heard not her ...
Narrator: Both in subjection now to sensual appetite who from beneath usurping over sov'reign reason claimed superior ...
Adam: Not as now despoiled of all our good, shamed, naked, ...!
Adam: Let none henceforth seek needless cause to approve the faith they ...
Eve: As good have grown there still a lifeless ...!
Eve: Being as I am, why didst not thou, the head, command me absolutely not to go, going into such danger as thou ...?
Eve: Hadst thou been firm and fixed in thy dissent neither had I transgressed nor thou with .,,
Adam: Ingrateful Eve, expressed immutable when thou wert ...
Adam: Who might have lived and enjoyed immortal bliss yet willingly hose rather death with ...?
Adam: What seemed in thee so perfect that I thought no evil durst attempt ...
Adam: Him who to worth in women overtrusting lets her will ...!
Narrator: And of their vain contest appeared no ...
 

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