• Iliad Literary Analysis
    Brian Hurtado 3/2/13 Period 2 Keys to Analyzing Literature The Iliad Plot What problems or difficulties do the characters face? The long battle of the Trojan War between the Greeks and Trojans, as well as Achilleus’ goal to get revenge on Hektor for killing his friend Patroklos. How are th...
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  • Iliad Notes
    Reading Journal 3 Iliad Part 2 What is fate? Is it something that we have no control over? Can we as human beings overcome fate? That is something that people tend to question. Are we really the captains of our own ship? In the Iliad, two men, Hector and Achilles are destined for a tragic end. Thi...
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  • Analysis of a Quote from the Iliad
    Murat Genç HUM 111-2 Daren Hodson Analysis Paper 4 Analysis of a Quote from The Iliad Theme: Fate Quote: “One more thing-take it to heart, I urge you You too, you won’t live long yourself, I swear. Already I see them looming beside you-death and the stro...
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  • The Iliad
    In his role as storyteller and counselor to the Achaean forces, Nestor often provides motivation for The Iliad’s plot. He convinces the Achaean army to build fortifications around its ships—fortifications that serve as a locus for much of the future confrontation between the two armies. He propo...
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  • Persuasive Techniques and a Powerful Refusal in Iliad Book Ix
    Persuasive techniques and a powerful refusal in Iliad Book IX From the outset, Homer concentrates his epic Iliad on the wrath of Achilles and probes the values and attitudes of him as a hero. Ìçíéí áåéäå, èåá, Ðçëçéáäåù Á÷éëçïò Sing, goddess, of the wrath of Achilles...
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  • How Ethical Are the Gods in the Iliad?
    Ethics and morality are synonymous terms, both meaning customs in their original languages, Greek and Latin respectively. However, the Greek term "ethics" also implies character as opposed to its Latin counterpart referring to social customs. Ethike is descended from ethikos which, in turn from etho...
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  • Involvement of the Gods in the Iliad
    How far has the involvement of the Gods and Goddesses in the Iliad affected your appreciation of the Poem? Answer should consist of: -How important are the Gods? -What would the poem be like without them? The involvement of the Gods and the Goddesses in the Iliad had a large impact upon the...
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