The ancient greeks built up this modern idea of fate.
The Moirae in greek mythology were the gods which decided everybodies fate.
So what does it take to make it a good one or a bad one.
The answer is simple, but it’s also very hard to understand: the answer is the choices people make....
However, the success in finding his meaning of life didn't bring with him any honor, but caused him to be an object of shame and irresponsibility, and to be banished due to his neglect to finding food....
[tags: Jonathan Livingston Seagull Essays] - It is said that should literature be purged of all works, save for Shakespeare’s Hamlet, that the realm of drama would be saved.
Both stories, (Jonathan Lingston Seagull, and Plato, “Myth of The Cave.” The Republic. In both stories the characters Jonathan and the free prisoner both experience a religious awakening.
Jonathan’s episode with religion is being what we as Christian’s call a disciple, meaning to spread the word of God, however; that is not exactly what Jonathan is....
In addition, the complex character relationships add to these events, without confusing the reader.
These four events all rotate around the play's four main characters, Nina, Irina, Treplev and Trigorin.