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Each Stasimon has a theme. Which lines from Stasimon 4 encapsulate its theme?

Select ALL that apply.

A

"The power of fate is a dark and terrible wonder — neither wealth nor armies nor towered walls nor ships' black hulls lashed by the salt can save us from that force."

B

"But even on her, the Fates, the gray everlasting Fates, rode hard my child, my child."

C

"...and there his rage his terrible flowering rage burst — sobbing, dying away... at last that madman came to know his god —"

D

"Danae, Danae — even she endured a fate like yours, in all her lovely strength she traded the light of day for the bolted brazen vault — buried within her tomb, her bridal-chamber, wed to the yoke and broken."

E

"...and their mother doomed to chains, walled off in a tomb of stone — but she traced her own birth back to a proud Athenian line and the high gods..."

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