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John Milton



'I should be much for open War, O Peers'
Book 1 Line 1: 'Of Man's First Disobedience and the Fruit'
Book 2 Line 1: 'High on a Throne of Toyal State, which far'
Book III Paraphrase: God, sitting on his throne
Book IV Line 1: 'O for that warning voice, which he who saw'
Book IX Line 1: 'No more talk of where God or Angel Guest'
Book IX Line 494: 'So spake the Enemy of Mankind, enclos'd'
Book V-VIII Paraphase: 'Meanwhile, Uriel, descending'
Book X Paraphrase: 'Man's disobedience known'
Book XII Line 553: 'How soon hath thy prediction, Seer blest'
Books XI and XII Paraphrase: 'Meanwhile Sin and Death rejoice'
Line 1034: 'So said he, and forbore not glance or toy'
Line 1134: 'Would thou hadst heark'n'd to my words, & stay'd'
Line 114: 'Thus while he spake, each passion dimm'd his face'
Line 128: 'O Price, O Chief of many Throned Powers'
Line 172: 'No to th'ascent of that steep savage Hill'
Line 194: 'And Eve first to her Husband thus began.'
Line 229: 'Either to disinthrone the King of Heav'n'
Line 229: 'Meanwhile ere thus was sinn'd & judg'd on Earth
Line 242: 'Is this the Region, this the Soil, the Clime'
Line 246: '............Thus was this place'
Line 270: 'To whom the Virgin Majesty of Eve'
Line 310: 'Thrines and imperial Powers, off-spring of heav'n'
Line 354: 'O Parent, these are thy magnific deeds'
Line 358: 'O Hell! what do mine eyes with grief behold'
Line 375: 'All these and more came flocking; but with looks'
Line 376: 'So spake the Patriarch of Mankind, but Eve'
Line 390: 'Well have ye judg'd, well ended long debate'
Line 430: 'O Progeny of Heav'n, Empyreal thrones'
Line 440: 'To whom thus Eve repli'd. O thou for whom'
Line 460: 'Thrones, Dominations, Princedoms, Virtues, Powers'
Line 492: 'So spake our general Mother, and with eyes'
Line 506: 'The Stygian Council thus dissolved; and forth'
Line 567: 'To whom the guileful Tempter thus repli'd'
Line 612: 'Serpent, thy overpraising leaves in doubt'
Line 622: 'O Myriads of immortal Spirits, O Powers'
Line 679: 'O Sacred, Wise and Wisdom-giving Plant'
Line 68: 'Father Eternal, thine is to decree'
Line 704: 'So spake the griesly terrour, and in shape'
Line 722: '.................Th'ascending pile'
Line 745: 'Great are thy Virtues, doubtless, best of Fruits'
Line 850: 'The key of this infernal Pit by due'
Line 856: 'Hast thou not wonder'd Adam, at my stay?'
Line 896: 'O fairest of Creation, last and best'
Line 960: 'So Adam, and thus Eve to him repli'd.'
Line 968: 'T' whom Satan turning boldly thus. Ye Powers'
Line 99: 'O Earth, how like to Heav'n, if not preferr'd'
On the Morning of Christ's Nativity (feat. narrator: Jim Lawton) / John McCutcheon - For Unto Us a Child