Prince of Darkness

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Prince of Darkness is a term used in John Milton's poem Paradise Lost referring to Satan as the embodiment of evil. It is an English translation of the Latin phrase princeps tenebrarum.

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  • The Prince of Darkness, the subtitle of Monsieur (novel), the first book of Lawrence Durrell's 1974 The Avignon Quintet

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