This is pretty much the play about fate; though the Fates don't appear in the flesh, their threads are sewn all throughout this most tragic of tragedies.
The sisters of fate make a cameo to prophesy the death of Meleager in Ovid's epic poem. Spoiler alert, ladies!
Are the witchy Weird Sisters who prophesy Macbeth's rise and fall really the Fates in disguise? If not, they sure are a whole lot like them.
For some reason, only two knitting women pop up to symbolically represent the three sisters in this famous book. What's that all about?
The destiny-deciding Mora sisters in this novel are a whole lot like the Moirae gals—in more than just their names.
A woman named Niobe is selected to become an incarnation of Fate in this fantasy novel.
The Moirae turn up to belt out some tunes in this Disney-fied version of the life of Heracles.
In this novel (beloved by Shmoop), the three sisters appear as old ladies knitting socks. Seems pretty tame!
In this bloody video game, The Fates meet their own fate at the hands of the vicious Kratos. Ah, irony.