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The motif Fate (goddess) in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales and stories
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The motif Fate (goddess) in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales and stories

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The motif Fate (goddess) is a part of: Gods, spirits and demons

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Destiny, fate, thread of life

Description of this motif: Fate as a supernatural power and determination in life is often personified. In greek mythology there are three Fatal Sisters: Clotho, who wove the threads of life, Lachesis, who measured out the length of the threads, and Atropa, who cut the threads.

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