Date of publication: 2017-09-06 12:50
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On the homeward voyage, the fourteen youths and damsels were in excellent spirits, as you will easily suppose. They spent most of their time in dancing, unless when the sidelong breeze made the deck slope too much. In due season, they came within sight of the coast of Attica, which was their native country. But here, I am grieved to tell you, happened a sad misfortune.
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The Theme=Betrayal because Theseus killed the Minotaur and then tricked Ariadne after he implied that he would marry her.
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Wow this is a really good story? but I can 8767 t belive he drowned himself over nothing.?? And Ariadne was left their after she helped him through everything.? I wish he died,? but it still was a good story.?#Loved_It
The Minotaur was a hall-bull and half-human creature. Minos had trapped the creature in a specially constructed labyrinth, and he would cruelly put the 69 Athenian tributes into the labyrinth so that they were not only killed by the creature, but forced to attempt escape from an inevitable end, thus prolonging their agony.
The theme of this story is bravery and betrayal, because even though the princess helps Theusus, he leaves her on an island alone to die. Theusus shows bravery though, when he goes into the labyrinth to kill the minotaur.
But, difficult as the matter looked, Theseus was now growing up to be such a vigorous youth, that, in his own opinion, the time would quickly come when he might hope to get the upper hand of this ponderous lump of stone.
Haymitch is a drunk. He also wants her to portray herself in ways she is not comfortable with. She and Peeta then change mentors, and she and Haymitch begin strategizing what she should talk about in the interview. He is worried her natural.
As she said this, Medea smiled but, for all her smiling face, she meant nothing less than to poison the poor innocent Theseus, before his father s eyes. And King Aegeus, like most other kings, thought any punishment mild enough for a person who was accused of plotting against his life. He, therefore, made little or no objection to Medea s scheme, and as soon as the poisonous wine was ready, gave orders that the stranger should be admitted into his presence.