Interesting. To me, she seems to have misjudged at least in assuming that her brothers would want to be "liberated." She seems pretty surprised when they say ask her to free Hephaestus and when they say that he saved them and helped them become artists. I got the impression (primarily from what she said at the end of Heph's story) that she thought Heph was only interested in them as slave labor, and I also thought that their solicitude for him helped support the not doesn't really have any way to refute it, and the fight visibly goes out of her. She can;t even say what she's feeling at that point. So can we agree that she at least judged prematurely?Did Diana misjudge the relationship -- or simply decide that this was not the time or place to have this fight? I certainly didn't see anything indicating she had done anything more than press on with what had brought her there in the first place -- certainly nothing along the lines of "I obviously misunderstood what was going on here."
Again, I don't blame her; I like that she had a strong impulse to liberate her brothers, even though it turned out that they didn't want (and possibly didn't need) to be liberated.