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In a course on earlier British literature, I might write in Column A, "What though the field be lost?" in the expectation that a careful reader of Milton's Paradise Lost would recognize this quotation's harmony with Column B's "Satan's specious logic in Paradise Lost leads him to say such things." Satan is always vainly supposing that God is a limited being who can be defeated on a battlefield, or frustrated by wiles.

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