8 thoughts on “ Victim Of Fate

  1. Victim of fate Fly high, touch the sky Never know the reason why it ends Victim of fate What now, lonely man who's standing In the shadows of the streets You're left alone with no helpin' hand beside you You hide from the daylight, living in darkness You got no friends you can trust Nobody except for yourself The only shade that's beside you.
  2. Jan 10,  · Victim of Fate is the Empire Strikes Back of the Blades of Leander trilogy. It's a dark book that offered what seemed like insurmountable odds. Writing it wasn't a problem, per se, but I had the benefit of knowing what I ultimately wanted to happen/5(21).
  3. Apr 15,  · Numerous characters have succumbed to the power of fate and the character of Oedipus from Sophocles’ Oedipus the King is a prime example of the vast power of fate within literature. Sophocles effectively depicts the wrath of fate as he portrays how Oedipus fell victim to fate and his efforts to disregard fate were futile.
  4. The Victim of Fate Throughout the ages it is believed fate, by some uncontrollable force, has the power to forge one’s destiny. The outcome of a person’s choices is controlled by the way in which they are fated to occur. However, some believe these choices can defy fate and that fate only manipulates one’s mind into choosing their own path.
  5. Oedipus is ultimately a victim of his own fate because, despite his and Jocasta’s efforts, he could not escape the prophecies. Though others say that Oedipus created his own fate because he had the free will to handle the prophecies in becoming his own outcome, in the end, there was no chance that Oedipus could escape the prophecies.
  6. Sep 30,  · someone who has died or suffered because god made it so/because of fate. e.g = a family of 9 became victims of fate when thier house burnt down due to a .
  7. Oct 19,  · Having a complex plot, and too many deeply involved characters, we cannot simply state that Romeo and Juliet were purely victims of fate. The tragic deaths of Romeo and Juliet, and the play itself, are anchored on three notions: that of fate, chance and choice. Fate contributed, though it was not the sole factor in the deaths of the young lovers.

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