Ithuriel and Zephron discover Satan attempting Eve in her sleep, but he is so corrupted with sin that they do not recognize him. “…Know ye not mee? Ye knew me once no mate/ For you, there sitting where ye durst not soare;/ Not know mee argues your selves unknown,/ The …show more content…
Nevertheless, the end can be seen as unsatisfying when God interrupts the fight is about to begin between Satan and the angels by the symbol of the two golden scales; as it leaves the end hanging, unfinished, but Milton (in the final dialog from Gabriel to Satan), he reminds the reader of where the real power resides; God, as the power of Satan and the angels comes from God .
Satan is disguised as a cormorant (the bird) that symbolizes greed sitting on the Tree of Life and is already planning to bring Death to the Paradise.
Milton’s Adam and Eve are described in Paradise Lost (Book four). It is then when he sees Adam and Eve . Satan has a new goal now, to corrupt all God’s new creations, Man and Earth. His first attempt in corrupting Man is when he whispers in Eve’s ear to sin, to disobey