The King Must Die - Book 3: Chapter 3; Book 4: Chapter 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3: Chapter 3; Book 4: Chapter 1-3 Summary

The war lasted nearly a month and in the end Theseus and his father, Aigeus, are the victors. Theseus rules Eleusis with his father's advice to help. Aigeus and Theseus are speaking when Aigeus asks Theseus how he would like it if an invitation was sent to Theseus' mother to come live in Athens. They agree to send for her when she will be done with her priestess duties for the year. Aigeus also decides that he will have a great feast for Theseus' birthday. Theseus feels that his father is treating him like a child but an old woman in his father's kingdom tells Theseus that he should be patient with his father. She also says that the gods favor Theseus and that he will save Theseus. Theseus decides that she must be old and senile.

Theseus' father...

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