Theseus and the minotaur

Theseus and the minotaur
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  • "I will myself be the seventh; and let the Minotaur devour me if he can."
  • "What kind of monster may that be. Is it not possible to slay him?"
  • "It is the day when we draw lots to see which of the youths and maidens shall go to be bevoured by the horrible Minotaur."
  • "When I see the white sails, I and all the people will know that you are coming back victoriously."
  • "Young man are you not appalled at the certainty of being devoured by this terrible Minotaur."
  • "I have offered my life in a good cause."
  • Theseus is willing to risk his life to save the people of Athens from the horrible Minotaur. He tells his father that he is going to try to take it down. He follows the group to the ship.
  • On the ship to Crete Theseus was not afraid at all. His father told him to raise a white sail on the ship if he has won. He was determined that he will win.
  • When Theseus arrives at the palace of King Minos, he was still very confident. The king was surprised that he was not weeping. He tried to discourage him but it didn't work.
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