the responses to this question would approximately be in total 600 words 1. Milton originally intended to write Paradise Lost as a play. When he decided to compose an epic, he dictated the verse aloud. Perhaps for these reasons, the poem lends itself well to dramatic readings. For this question, choose one “verse paragraph” (a speech or block of narrative, beginning with an indented line, and ending before the next indented line) to prepare for a hypothetical dramatic reading. What line will you read:a. The fastest?b. The slowest?c. The loudest?d. The quietest?What clues in the structure of the lines—rhythmic devices, repetition, etc—support these choices? And, most importantly, what aspects of the poem’s themes will these performance decisions highlight? Finally, e. Identify one especially ambiguous line—one that can be read in different ways, to emphasize different meanings.