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post Aug 3 03, 22:20
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http://www.arts.uwo.ca/canpoetry/cpjrn/vol25/jones.htm
 
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post Aug 6 03, 15:47
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post Aug 8 03, 18:27
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Hdy Zeus², Larry,

Of Zeuses many mortal conquests, which one was mother to Helen (of Troy)?


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post Aug 8 03, 18:45
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If I can remember back that far, which chick it was, let's see I think it was Leda, wife of the king of Sparta ... Yes, that's it. Lottsa two and three timing used to go on.
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post Aug 10 03, 18:15
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You know your Zeus old chap.

According to "Leda and the Swan" (1923) by William Butler Yeats, Leda birthed Helen of Troy.

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