Question: English & Literature

Who is Perses from Theogony and Works and Days and what is their importance?
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Perses is Hesiod's brother, mentioned often in Works and Days and some in Theogony. Perses is less than responsible and the intended reader for Hesiod who is still sour over Perses receiving/taking an inheritance that was given him by the ruling of judges who, in Hesiods view, were unjust

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