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Comparison of Sisyphus and prometheus

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  1. Sisyphus
  2. Prometheus
  3. Comparison of Characters
  4. Why would people identify with Sisyphus during WWI and WWII?
  5. Why would people identify with Prometheus during the Romantic Era?

Comparisons are made through every medium of expression. Art, literature, and performance each provide the opportunity to determine similarities and differences. The assessment may be made from differing forms of expression, time periods, purposes, authors, artists, political, social, economic, and cultural elements. Albert Camus and George Gordon (Lord) Byron provide the best opportunity to illustrate this comparison. Each author characterizes a mythological figure in their respective writings. Albert Camus does this through ?The Myth of Sisyphus? while George Gordon (Lord) Byron accomplishes the same feat with ?Prometheus.? The two authors of different eras provide a similar effect on their audience through the development of Prometheus and Sisyphus during the plots of ?Prometheus? and ?The Myth of Sisyphus.?

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