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The Iliad by Homer
This is an essay about the Iliad. It argues whether man is indeed influenced by his fate or by his own decision.
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The Iliad by Homer In as much as the belief of the capability of man to decide the outcome of his life by free will is a strong contention, it is highly contested by the notion that there is a divine ...
... with heroism and dignity, should soldiers and any other man face theirs. Death is something that is certain, but how one lives his life is what matters. In as much as destiny wills death, shall free will make life worthwhile.
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