Literature Quiz / English: Paradise Lost: Lines 800-1000

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Can you fill in the quotes from Paradise Lost Book IX lines 800-1000

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Eve: Till dieted by thee I grow mature in knowledge as the ...
Eve: Others envy what they cannot ...
Eve: Our great forbidder, sage with all his spies about ...
Eve: For inferior who is ...?
Eve: I extinct: a death to ...!
Eve: I resolve adam shall share with me in bliss or ...
Narrator: Infused into the plant sciential sap derived from nectar, drink of ...
Narrator: To him she ...
Narrator: In her face excuse came prologue and apology too ...
Eve: For never more mean I to try what rash untried I ...
Eve: Make them gods who taste, and hath been tasted ...!
Eve: I have also tasted and have also found the effects to ...
Eve: Tedious unshared with thee and odious ...
Narrator: Thus Eve with countenance blithe her story told but in her cheek distemper flushing ...
Narrator: Horror chill ran through his veins and all his joints ...
Narrator: From his slack hand the garland wreathed for Eve down dropped and all the faded roses ...
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Adam: How art thou lost, how on a sudden lost, defaced, deflowered, and now to death ...?
Adam: And me with thee hath ruined, for with thee certain my resolution is to ...!
Adam: Should God create another Even and I another rib afford, yet loss of thee would never from my ...
Adam: No! I feel the link of nature draw ...
Adam: From thy state mine never shall be parted, bliss or ...
Adam: But past who can recall or done ...?
Adam: He yet lives, lives as thou saidst and gains to live as man higher degree of ...
Adam: Matter of scorn not to be given the ...
Adam: We are on, on flesh, to lose thee were to lose ...
Eve: Adam from whose dear side I boast me sprung and gladly of our union hear thee ...
Eve: Were it I thought death menaced would ensue this my attempt I would sustain alone the worst and not persuade ...
Eve: Adam, freely taste and fear of death deliver to the ...!
Narrator: She gave him of that fair enticing fruit with liberal ...
Narrator: He scrupled not to eat against his better ...
Narrator: Not deceived but fondly overcome with female ...
 

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