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Of Socrates' students,
Cassandra, Cassandra, a beautiful, shy, yet witty princess who didnít lead a happy princessí life.
had the misfortune of being loved by Apollo, the Sun God. Most people would
think of that as a blessing! How could it be a misfortune? The problem is
that Cassandra doesnít return Apolloís love. As a punishment, Apollo puts a
curse on her: she can see the future but no one will listen to her