Considered by many to be the greatest epic poem ever written, this biblical tale relates the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Despite God's prohibitive warning, Satan entices Eve to eat of the forbidden fruit. Dire consequences ensue.
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it was too above my comprehension. i don't read poetry and such a long poem too. too wordy. i rate it high in performance as it must be very hard to read this book. i guess i am not into poetry.
i don't know as i never read a book like it before.
it was a hard book to read. she did a good job with a very heady, heavy book.
i prefer the story to have an order. this poem went al over the place.
i am not one to judge a poem. i tried it. it was not for me. some poeple will love it. i love the story of the creation but in prose style i guess.
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