...Aphrodite promises to Paris that he could have Helen as a prize (Steiner, 2011). By traveling to Troy, Helen abandoned her home, her husband, and her child and broken the social boundaries of marriage. The result is disastrous for Trojans and Greeks, ten years of war, involving bloodshed and suffering, to bring Helen home from Troy. Helen’s movement destroys all Trojan husbands and perverts the wedding... CLA L10 CLA L10 In pre-historic Greek mythology, crossing geographical boundaries and traveling to a new land was an activity for men. Often to conquer a new territory of pursue glory, mythic male heroes could freely move around Greek and foreign lands. To women, traveling was only for respectable ones. ...