Inside the Walls of Troy Quotes

Clemence McLaren
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How could my beauty be a gift of the gods if it would cause men to die for me? (Part 1, Chapter 2)

Daughter of Zeus, you are a treasure more precious than gold, because your beauty will not last for centuries. It is a prize that must be possessed now, in the pulsebeat of one mortal lifetime. (Part 1, Chapter 4)

We mortals live under the rule of the gods. All we can do with destiny is learn to accept it. My destiny was to marry and to keep my husband happy. (Part 1, Chapter 4)

I lost my heart to him before the hull grated against the sand. All at once I understood how Penelope could have left me to follow Odysseus anywhere on earth, and I forgave her for it. (Part 1, Chapter 10)

Guests, no matter how unwelcome, are completely safe inside an enemy citadel. Their hosts would never harm them. It is just as unthinkable for visitors to steal from their... (Part 2, Chapter 3)

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