What are the ten punishments for Eve

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The Book of Genesis, chapter 3

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The fall of man

Gen 3.1The serpent was smarter than all the animals of the field that the Lord God had made. She said to the woman: Did God really say: You must not eat from any tree in the garden?Gen 3.2The woman replied to the snake: We can eat from the fruits of the trees in the garden;Gen 3.3God only said of the fruits of the tree that stands in the middle of the garden: You must not eat from them and you must not touch them, otherwise you will die.Gen 3.4Then the snake said to the woman: No, you will not die.Gen 3.5Rather, God knows that as soon as you eat of it, your eyes open; you become like God and know good and bad.Gen 3.6Then the woman saw that it would be delicious to eat from the tree, that the tree was a feast for the eyes and tempted one to become wise. She took some of its fruits and ate; she also gave to her husband, who was with her, and he ate too.Gen 3.7Both eyes opened and they realized that they were naked. They pinned fig leaves together and made an apron.Gen 3.8When they heard the Lord God walking in the garden against the day wind, Adam and his wife hid from the Lord God under the trees of the garden.Gen 3.9The Lord God called to Adam and said: Where are you?Gen 3.10He replied: I heard you coming in the garden; then I got scared because I was naked and hid.Gen 3.11He then asked: Who told you that you were naked? Did you eat from the tree that I forbade you to eat?Gen 3.12Adam replied: The woman you brought with me, she gave me from the tree and so I ate.Gen 3.13The Lord God said to the woman: What did you do? The woman replied: The snake seduced me and so I ate.Gen 3.14Then the Lord God said to the serpent: Because you have done this, you are cursed / under all cattle and all animals in the field. / You shall crawl on your stomach / and dust will devour every day of your life.Gen 3.15I put enmity between you and the woman, / between your offspring and their offspring. / He hits you in the head / and you hit him in the heel.Gen 3.16He said to the woman: I give you a lot of trouble every time you get pregnant. / You bear children in pain. / You long for your husband; / but he will rule over you.Gen 3.17He said to Adam, "Because you listened to your wife and ate from the tree that I forbade you to eat from, the soil is cursed because of you." / You will eat of him with hardship / all the days of your life.Gen 3.18He lets thorns and thistles grow for you / and you must eat the plants of the field.Gen 3.19With the sweat of your brow, you shall eat your bread until you return to the ground; / You are taken from him. / Because you are dust, you have to go back to the dust.Gen 3.20Adam named his wife Eve (life) because she became the mother of all living.Gen 3.21The Lord God made skirts of furs for Adam and his wife and clothed them with them.Gen 3.22Then the Lord God said, See, man has become like us; he knows good and bad. That he doesn't stretch out his hand now, take it from the tree of life, eat from it and live forever!Gen 3.23The Lord God sent him out of the Garden of Eden to work the soil from which he was taken.Gen 3.24He drove the people away and set up the Kerubim and the blazing sword of flames east of the Garden of Eden to guard the way to the tree of life.