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Unformatted text preview: starting a battle between the Lapiths and Centaurs. Once defeated the Centaurs were driven out of Thessaly and into the northwest. This incident of wild and unruly behavior serves as a moral allegory for people by forewarning them not to drink too much, and more importantly to live out the phrase of Apollo, nothing in excess, no matter if its alcohol or some other trouble stirring idea. Otherwise people will begin to act similarly to a beastly creature that no one would ever want to interact with, nor even be in the presence of....
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- Fall '08