Literature Quiz / English: Paradise Lost: Lines 200-400

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Can you fill in the quotes from lines 200-400 in Paradise Lost?

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Eve: Let us ... our labours
Adam: Sole Eve, associate soul, to me beyond ... above all living creatures dear
Adam: For nothing lovelier can be found in woman than to study ... good
Adam: For not to irksome toil but to ... he made us and delight to reason joined.
Adam: As we need walk till ... hands ere long assist us.
Adam: For solitude sometimes is best society and short ... urges sweet return.
Adam: What malicious foe, envying our happiness and of his own ...
Adam: Perhaps no bliss enjoyed by us ... his envy more.
Adam: The wife where danger or dishonor lurks safest and seemliest by her ... stays
Eve: His fraud is then thy fear, which plain infers thy equal fear that my love can by his fraud be ...
Eve: Thoughts which, how they found they harbor in thy breast, Adam, misthought of her to thee so ...
Adam: Immortal Eve, for such thou art from sin and ... entire
Adam:: For he who tempts, though in vain, at least asperses the tempted with ... foul
Adam: Subtle he needs must be who could ... angels.
Adam: I from the influence of thy looks receive access in every ...
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Narration: Eve who tough less attributed to her ... sincere
Eve: How are we happy, still in fear of ...?
Eve: His foul esteem sticks no dishonor on our front but turns foul on ...!
Eve: And what is faith, love, virtue unassayed, alone, without exterior ... sustained?
Eve: Frail is our happiness if this be so and Eden were no Eden thus ...!
Adam: O woman! Best are all things as the will of God ... them!
Adam: But God left free the will, for what obeys reason is ...
Adam: Seek not temptation, which to avoid were better and most likely if from me thou sever ...
Adam: Approve thy first ...!
Adam: For God towards thee hath done his ...: do thine!
Narration: So spake the patriarch of ...
Eve: A foe so proud will first the ... seek.
Narration: From her husbands hand her hand soft she ...
Narration: But with such gard'ning tools as art yet rude, Guiltless of ...
Narration: Her long with ardent look his eye pursued delighted but desiring more her ...

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