In Book 8, Demodocus sings of the love affair between Ares and Aphrodite. What seems to be the moral of the story, and how would you compare the marriage of Aphrodite and Hephaestus with other...

In Book 8, Demodocus sings of the love affair between Ares and Aphrodite. What seems to be the moral of the story, and how would you compare the marriage of Aphrodite and Hephaestus with other marriages portrayed in the text?

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