Thus Adam did a useful act while sinning. Satan has won the game, and Eve, in five succinct lines, determines to change the world Eve then tells Adam what she has done and he too tastes the forbidden fruit.
After a terrible war with His Angels, he was finally thrown into hell, where they lay nine days in a burning lake. Most of his fallen angels originate in the form of Pagan gods condemned by the Bible, with actual historical backgrounds which Milton cites in his lengthy descriptions He shifts tone along with the change of description and setting.
Book 10 ends with Adam and Eve prostrate on the ground, their tears watering the earth as, full of remorse, they beg for forgiveness. Also known as Lucifer, Satan was a fallen angel who was banished to Hell.
Milton emphasizes the importance of reason. Milton is a great humanist pinning his faith in the liberty and adventure of man. Adam, said Christ, would eat in sorrow, would eat bread only by toiling and sweating.
Composed in exact imitation of its predecessors, the work depicts all characteristics of a traditional epic poem—including the epic hero, a powerful embodiment of societal values.
Similarly, other modern and contemporary visions and re-visions of Eve have emphasised her origin not as an archetype, not as theological truth, but as a problematic construction that is also an obstruction for women.
Satan is the first of the major characters introduced, formally called Lucifer