Which two sets of lines in this excerpt from john milton's paradise lost show that satan acknowledges the goodness of god, despite his claim that god is a dictator? into our room of bliss thus high advanc't creatures of other mould, earth-born perhaps, not spirits, yet to heav'nly spirits bright little inferior; whom my thoughts pursue with wonder, and could love, so lively shines in them divine resemblance, and such grace the hand that formd them on their shape hath pourd. ah gentle pair, yee little think how nigh your change approaches, when all these delights will vanish and deliver ye to
The correct answer is "In them Divine resemblance, and such grace The hand that formd them on their shape hath pourd. Ah gentle pair, yee little think how night Your change approaches, when all these delights Will vanish and deliver ye to woe"
In these lines, Satan indicates that Adam and Eve have divine resemblance, similar to God and his grace. By doing this, Satan is acknowledging that both Adam and Eve, and God have goodness. Since he created them and formed them on his shape, he poured grace into them. Thus, it is inferred that God gave them these traits and is good.
Little inferior; whom my thoughts pursue
With wonder, and could love, so lively shines
In them Divine resemblance, and such grace
The hand that formd them on their shape hath pourd.
These two sets of lines show how Satan acknowledges the goodness of God. In the first set, Satan tells us that his "thoughts pursue" God, and he also talks about love and shine. In the second set of lines, Satan talks about God's "divine resemblance," and he tells us that he made his creations with "grace." All of these positive words show that Satan feels some kind of respect towards God.
One of the answers is:
"Little inferior; whom my thoughts pursue
With wonder, and could love, so lively shines."
I don't know what the second one is but i know that the second one is NOT:
"Will vanish and deliver ye to woe.."
hope this helps
The two sets of lines that explain that satan acknowledges god are
" not spirits but heavenly spirits " and "in them divine resemblence and such grace "
By saying that they are heavenly spirits , he does agree and compares them to good because heaven is all good . Also, the satan feels that its only because of their love that the other creatures shine so bright .
He compares them to divine resemblences and feels that they are filled with complete grace . so, the satan does acknowledge that the god is good inspite of being a dictator .