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Achilles and the Honor Code
Achilles is a tragic figure who believes strongly in social order, but questions the idea of fighting for glory. When Aias and Odysseus are sent by Agamemnon to plead with Achilles’ to fight for the Greeks, Achilles denies them, saying “There was no gratitude given for fighting incessantly forever against your enemies. Fate is the same for the man

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Analysis of Medea as a Tragic Character
What lends tragic literature its proximity to human nature is that the border between being a tragic villain and a tragic hero is extremely thin.
A question that this statement will certainly bring up is whether there is such a thing as a hero or a villain or whether these terms are defined by the ideals of the society. Tragedies such as Mac

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Antigone
Oedipus was king of Thebes, he was hated and infamous. He lost the throne to Creon by tearing out his own eyes and killed himself. His two sons Eteocles and Polyneices fought each other for the kingship but ended up killing each other. Creon was hailed king of Thebes.

Antigone and Ismene were sisters to Eteocles and polyneices. C

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Antigone – Analysis of Greek Ideals
In Ancient Greece, new ideals surfaced as answers to life’s
complicated questions. These new beliefs were centered around the
expanding field of science. Man was focused on more than the Gods or
heavenly concerns. A government that was ruled by the people was
suggested as opposed to a monarchy that had existed for man

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Antigone as a Tragedy
Aristotle created what he believed to be the definition of a tragedy. It consists of three parts: imitation, catharsis, and a tragic hero. One example of a tragedy written during the classical Greek period was the tale Antigone, by the playwright Sophocles. As the daughter of Oedipus, Antigone already has a curse upon her family when she sets ou

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Antigone’s view of what is right
One commentator has argued in “Antigone” that Antigone’s “view of what is right is as twisted as that of Creon.” Although I do not believe that either Antigone’s or Creon’s view is “twisted,” I do believe that their fate is a direct result of their extreme pride and stubbornness. In “Antigone,” Sophocles examines the conflict between the requiremen

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Athena and Elenor Roosevelt
This essay will compare Athena, goddess of wisdom, with Eleanor Roosevelt. Athena, daughter of Zeus and Metis, was born from her fathers head. Fearing the birth of a son Zeus swallowed Metis. Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City to Anna Hall and Elliot Roosevelt on, October 11, 1884. As a child both her parents died and her grand mother,

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Castigliones, The Book of the Courtier
Castigliones, The Book of the Courtier, is a handbook for the Courtiers, during the 16th Century. Just like today we have several life handbooks available for our everyday lives in the 21st century. I will attempt to link the civilizing process and the Book of the Courtier, with Iyanla Vanzant’s, Until Today! This book is a great tool for changin

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Comparison Between Ariadne in Catullus’ Poem 64
Two of many women scorned in Classical art are Ariadne and Dido. They are two very strong women who helped the men with whom they fell in love, then were left alone. Their men deserted them when their feelings were the strongest for these men. Dido and Ariadne loved their men so strongly, that when they were abandoned, they suffered greatly. Ar

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Conflict and painful emotion in othello, medea, an
Conflict and painful emotion are required to categorize a work as a Drama. Oedipus Rex, Medea, Othello, and The Merchant of Venice, all emulate conflict and painful emotion. While all are categorized as drama, each has its own preoccupation and sensibility of time which it was produced.
Oedipus Rex’s conflict centers around the murder of La

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DID THE WOMEN OF HOMER’S EPICS DIRECT THE ACTIONS
Pallas Athena also wields an influential power, through her intelligence and her supernatural power as a goddess. She directs the actions of men, such as Achilles, by making herself invisible to all others except Achilles, and then plucking his hair and warning him not to strike Agamemnon. Achilles does not strike Agamemnon, and a grand mistake i

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Dionysus
Dionysus was one the most influential of the Greek Gods. Dionysus was a demi-god meaning that he was only a half god, which makes his rise to Mount Olympus even more amazing. The impact from his followers is still felt in the world we live in today. Dionysus represented everything that the people could relate with. He was looked upon as a god o

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Greek Goddess Athena
Many Greek gods and goddesses make up the stories we know about the most famous constellations of stars we look at every night. One of which is the goddess Athena. While not a constellation herself, she’s a key character in many of the stories. Athena was the goddess of crafts, war, and wisdom. She is very unique in lots of ways, some of which

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Greek Myths: Real or Make Believe
To start of with, let me say that yes, I’m as confused about what this means as you are. In fact, the entire seminar brief we had to write turned out to be wrong because I didn’t understand what the words in the subtitle meant. Let me start with apologising from the beginning… the topic demands a much more rigorous understanding of history, histori

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Medea (Aristotle’s Great Tragedy)
Aristotle laid the foundations for the critical study of drama in his time. He composed his theory of tragedy, which explained the components of a play that were most vital for it to be classified as a tragedy. Euripides’ Medea was an excellent example of Aristotle’s tragedy. Medea, in the Third Episode especially, contained mostly parts of Aristot

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Medea’s Compelling Character
The play Medea, by Euripides, incorporates many techniques to increase the forceful persona of the protagonist, Medea. She has an overpowering presence, which is shown through the use of imagery, dramatic suspense, and the chorus.
Medea is frequently shown with images of violence and rage. “She’s wild. Hate’s in her blood. /She feeds her r

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Medea: Passion versus Responsibility
In the Greek Tragedy, Medea, Medea was betrayed greatly by her husband. Her passionate love switched to passionate hate, and contradicted her role as a mother with her fulfilling her vengeance. She obsesses over he plan for revenge over Jason bringing her to question rather or not she should sacrifice the lives of their two sons, in order to swipe

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Odysseus
Odysseus was definitely a hero in The Odyssey. He is a hero because heroes usually have guides. Also because heroes are supplied with friends, servants, and disciplines. Finally, heroes are beset with dangers, loneliness, and temptation.

Heroes usually have guides and Odysseus was a hero and he had some guides. For example, he had Athe

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Odysseus Is Not A Hero
A hero is “a man noted for his special achievements” according to the dictionary, but if you ask most people what a hero is, you will get the same general response. They will probably say “someone who does something for other people out of the goodness of his heart.” Odysseus, who is the main character of the book “The Odyssey” written by

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Odyssey by Homer
In the epic the Odyssey by Homer (translated by Robert Fitzgerald) one of the most descriptive and best written passages in the entire epic is
“The Slaying of the Suitors” (book 23 lines1-62). This is a good passage for many reasons, one of these is that it is a part of the story that has been built up and anticipated by all. Another is th

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