The Character Of Cronos In Hesiod's Theogony

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Young but Mighty
Throughout Greek mythology, power is the most reoccurring concept. Power is the desired goal that every character seeks to gain. Many of the characters become misguided on their way to achieve this greatness and end up performing inhumane acts. This, in turn, forces the other characters to recognize the situation and use their unique characteristics to take control, Cronos, son of Gaia and Ouranos is an example of a exhibits this role. If I had to chose to live the life of one of the characters in Hesiod’s Theogony, I would choose Cronos; despite his age, he is still brave, devoted, and moral.
As a child Cronos observes cruelty being initiated between family members, which forces him to exhibit the behavior of bravery. For

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