In Iphigenia, thousands upon thousands of men are just waiting to sacrifice their lives in a war for the sake of their country. The cause of this war is the defining characteristic to notice. The entire Grecian army is ready to cross distant waters and lands in order to steal back something that was taken from one man... Showed first 250 characters
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The cause of this war is the defining characteristic to notice. The entire Grecian army is ready to cross distant waters and lands in order to steal back something that was taken from one man. The pride and selfishness of this one man is so nonsensical and ludicrous, yet legions upon legions of men are willing to die for it... Showed next 250 characters
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