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Literature; Written Arts
This project focuses on the literary inspirations for a novel that the author wrote over the course of his final year as an undergraduate at Bard College. It is a collection of excerpts followed by the explanation of what Thomas Norman's intent with the novel was. The excerpts are accompanied by a fifty-five page analysis of Satan from Milton's Paradise Lost and Iago from Shakespeare's Othello. It will address the question of redeemability and why Satan is not offered the opportunity for redemption while Adam and Eve are.
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Norman, Thomas A., "The Longest Fall: Excerpts and Analyses" (2011). Senior Projects Spring 2011. 247.
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