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Phoebus and Phaeton vs. Romeo and Juliet
The story of Phoebus and Phaeton is much like the story of Romeo and Juliet. Phoebus had a chariot of fire, which Phaeton, his son, borrowed one day to speed toward the heavens. But Phaeton drove carelessly and lost control of the horses. As a result, the chariot flew too near the earth, and several mountain ranges were set on fire. Zeus, the ruler of the gods saw the destruction caused by the blazing Chariot. To save the world, Zeus struck down the chariot. Phaeton died as the chariot plunged to the ground.
In the Capulet house, Juliet longs for night to fall so that Romeo will come to he…
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