The Odyssey 'Telemachia'

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April 30, 2015

 

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In this, it is at an assembly of gods in Zeus' palace. Zeus, who would open discussion among them, was in thought of the handsome Aegisthus. Zeus speaks about the gods being regarded as the source of men's trouble, and states that it is their own transgressions that bring them suffering. He continues to speak of Aegisthus' destiny not being one where he would steal Agamemnon's wife and murder her husband when he came home...
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He continues to speak of Aegisthus' destiny not being one where he would steal Agamemnon's wife and murder her husband when he came home. Athene then speaks and says "Aegisthus' end was just what he deserved and that may anyone who act as he did share his fate!" - Book 1, page 12, Section 298-303. Athene is telling Telemachus that he is no longer a child and must put childish thoughts behind him...
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