Freedom And Pre-determined Fate

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However this is false, even though there might a slight consideration of choice in Vergil’s epic Aeneas knows that he has no choices as his destiny has already been set for him. A classic example is when Aeneas meets a lady friend Dido; when Dido goes on to invite Aeneas into her life to become her husband he is faced with a crucial decision...
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Vergil portrays the world to have limited freedom by the actions of Aeneas at this point in his books. It is clear that at any point Aeneas could make the choice to stay behind and begin a new and different life than what was set out for him by the Gods however once he realizes that he has no choice at all he assumes his destiny to lay the foundation of Rome...
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