Mythology Essay | The House

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Summary: Uses the book Mythology, by Edith Hamilton, as a reference. Then examines how curses are utilized in the plots of two short stories, The House of Atreus and The Royal House of Thebes.
The definition of curse is an appeal or prayer for evil or misfortune to befall someone or something. In the story of The House of Atreus and The Royal House of Thebes deal with curses, but in different ways. The stories Holes have the same situation. According to the Greek, curses already occur back in the old days and now a day. It doesn't matter how innocent you are because curses can be put on good peoples and bad peoples

Peoples thinks curses only happen to bad peoples, but they don't. .In The Royal House of Thebes and The House of Atreus, demonstrate that cruses go both bad and good peoples. In The Royal House of Thebes, shows the good people get curse too. The curses started when Apollo fortell the future for King Laius and Apollo told King Laius that his son would kill him and marry...

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