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Which two sets of lines in this excerpt from john milton's paradise lost...

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
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