1. Who is responsible for the evil nature of Eve’s dream?
2. What does Eve’s dream foreshadow?
3. How does Adam comfort Eve after her frightening dream?
4. Who is asked to join Adam and Eve in their morning praise to God?
5. What kind of food does Eve prepare for Raphael?
6. To whom does Raphael allude when he greets Eve with “Hail Mother of Mankind”?
7. Who has no superior to obey in the “scale of Nature”?
8. Why does Satan rebel against God?
9. Who speaks against Satan...
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