“What’s destined to
come will be fulfilled” (Line 82) and there is no “sacrifice, or human tears”
(Line 83) that will change ones’ fate which illustrates the theme that fate is
inescapable. It is a common desire for people to think their fate is determined
based on their decisions; that is something that we all experience unconsciously.

However, the fundamental reality is there is no alternative fate; fate has
already been predetermined by supernatural power (the cause of death, the
family one’s born into, and etc). Both authors, present a world then and a
trend that continues in this world today. In this case, the characters are general
victims who are engulfed by their fate and led to the tragic ending of the play
and the novel. Even though, fate itself exerts a powerful influence over the
state of human life. Which concludes, that which things are predetermined to
happen will happen even if one is poor or rich, sensitive or resilient. There
are no factors that could stop fate from happening. An in-depth and contrasting
analysis of the two books: The Sailor Who
fell from the Grace in the Sea and Agamemnon
allows for an investigation. Through a close examination, of actions of the
characters, literary devices presented and death exemplifies the inevitability
of fate, even if one is avoiding it; therefore, fate is beyond a human’s
control.

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