Comparisons of Ethical Cause and Effect

I believe that the comparisons in ethical cause and effect between Hesiod’s Works and Days and Aeschylus’ Eumenides are very few if any at all. If I were asked to choose which piece of literature held more ethical values beneath its pages I would have to choose Hesiod’s Works and Days. Works and Days is … More Comparisons of Ethical Cause and Effect


Written in the play Agememnon is Aeschylus’s view of the Trojan War. Aeschylus indicated that the Greek gods were basically the controllers of every occurrence. Zeus was of course the god who had ultimate power and credit over everything, although each and every god had his own power over certain things. This then left an … More ‘Agemamnon’