Feminism in Paradise Lost Book Paper
There are many ways to see Milton’s depiction of both Adam and Eve. Some say Milton’s ideals reflect feminism, others say misogyny. Choose one of the following thesis statements, and after viewing the lecture videos (which I hope will help you interpret this difficult language), use character’s personality, wisdom, behaviors, the chosen speaker of phrases, and any other artistic choices you can to prove your take. This must be AT LEAST 400 words, EXCLUDING citations, must include your thesis, and must have at least three citations from each book (six in total). This submission could be in bullet form, so long as the thesis is clear and each citation chosen is explained thoroughly in connection to it. MLA FORMAT
Thesis 1: John Milton provides his readers with an implied message of feminism in his portrayal of Adam and Eve, in Paradise Lost, Books IV and IX.
Thesis 2: John Milton provides his readers with an implied message of misogyny, in his portrayal of Adam and Eve, in Paradise Lost, Books IV and IX.