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Essay heading: Freedom And Pre-determined Fate
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Date added: September 16, 1996
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In the eyes of Aeneas, created by the values of Vergil he sees there is no other way to go about life besides the set path he has been placed on as decided upon by the Gods. One would think it could be possible for Aeneas to be free and bring about his pre-destined fate simultaneously; however when all he sees is the end result through tunnel vision Aeneas is restricting all possibilities for personal freedom...
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According to Vergil, the life set forth for Aeneas is a life of imagery to what the Gods wants him to see and believe. Later on in Vergil’s books Aeneas is taken to the underworld and shown to him were some of the people in his past, such as the helmsmen who was killed earlier on in his journey to Rome...
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