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"Peace, War, and the Trojan War" In MLA Style. Discusses the fact that war never brings peace, by using examples from Greek Mythology.
"Madmen, all of you who strive for the glory of combats, and believe that the lances of war will ease the burdens of mortals. Never, if blood be arbitress of peace, strife between cities of men shall find an ending." (Captive maidens in Troy. Euripides, Helen 1150). This quote portrays the conviction pertaining that war never establishes peace, but merely further war. So many instances and examples from the Iliad, as well as what we know from during and after the Trojan war, proves this belief to be indeed fact.
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