They are asking why fate has allowed them to come so close before their lives are taken, “If i am going to be drowned - if I am going to be drowned - if I am going to be drowned, why, in the name of the seven mad gods who rule the sea was I allowed to come this far and contemplate the sand and the trees?” (pg... displayed 300 characters
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131) Could this have just been irony as they struggle to save their lives and at the last possible moment are denied? Why were they left on the sinking ship? Did they make choices which inevitably lead to their downfall or was this their fate?
They may have been just sailing along peacefully when the boat sprang a leak... displayed next 300 characters
His fate and his arrogance are the factors in which are where he feels he should die and be buried. His fate was told to him. Oedipus has his daughters carry out money when the people tell him he has to complete them for trespass on holy ground...
This would mean the picture had gotten wrecked by water and from being old.
I believe that the photograph has gotten wrecked and has gotten old. The narrator is just looking back at a photograph, and can barely find herself in the center of the photo because it got water damaged...
What is fate? According to dictionary.com, fate is something that unavoidably befalls a person. In other words fate is uncontrollable. Oedipus the King was a very popular Greek tragedy performed around the 5th century that depicts how's ones fate is unavoidable no matter what may happen...
They are asking why fate has allowed them to come so close before their lives are taken, “If i am going to be drowned - if I am going to be drowned - if I am going to be drowned, why, in the name of the seven mad gods who rule the sea was I allowed to come this far and contemplate the sand and the trees?” (pg...
"Do you think we've got much of a show now, boys?" (para, 25). The men in the boat are still upset with what fate has dealt them and seem to have the same opinion that they are still in control of their outcome, "If I am going to be drowned----if I am going to be drowned?if I am going to be drowned, why, in the name of the seven mad gods who rule the sea, was I allowed to come thus far and contemplate sand and trees? Was I brought here merely to have my nose dragged away as I was about to nibble the sacred cheese of life?" (para,142)...
Alone in a tiny boat, helpless and at the mercy of the vast sea, the characters face the realization that they are completely alone. I cannot comprehend the idea of seeing land and people but never being able to get there...
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