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The King Must Die Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Theseus

Theseus, also called Shepherd of the People, and Kerkyon, and Kouros of Poseidon. He began his life thinking that he was the son of a god, Poseidon. Theseus spends much of his life trying to prove himself worthy of the title of Poseidon's son even after he finds that he is not Poseidon's. The reader will see that Theseus has loyalties and honor. He doesn't do anything that he believes would be wrong because he fears the gods. The reader is able to follow Theseus in his journey from boy to man and the growth and changes that occur. When he is younger he is quick to fight and the reader sees that Theseus is hot tempered, but when he is older in Crete the reader sees that he is willing to take insult and control his temper.

The character is one that has a struggle and along...

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