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“How does the view of ethical cause and effect in history in Works and Days compare with the furies’ view in The Eumenides?”

Simplified, this question states: How does the view of morally correct cause and effect in history in Works and Days compare with the Furies view in The Eumenides? Simple. In Works and Days, the view of ethics was questionable, but the Furies view was even more so. The Furies seem to have only seen the black and white of good and bad. While in Works and Days, it was more of a grey area.

 

English 2:55

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