Behind the name - Guzman, 1 Enrique Guzmn, Jr. Dr. Freeble...

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Guzman, 1 Enrique Guzmán, Jr. Dr. Freeble Trad. 104 October 8, 2007 Behind the Name In the beginning there was darkness, total destruction and ruin; the shadows inhabited the known universe. The world and all its life had not been created in this instance. The idea of creation was not known. There are many accounts to the creation of the universe. Hesiod and Ovid are two that demonstrate there theory of the accounts that took place during the creation. Both of these poets express their ideas through much knowledge. The concept of the creation is different in their eyes. Both Hesiod and Ovid greatly display the vast amounts of familiarity to the topic of creation that they hold, which contrasts that sets apart both of the poet’s writings. The way they depict there theories are so unlike, could their judgment and point of view be diverted by the period of time from which they lived in? Hesiod lived in the 8 th century; this is around the same period from which Homer lived. His poetry depicted the ancestry of Greek Myth, where he organized the order in which events
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