Reading/Writing Packet #1
Annotations: Hamilton “Mythology” Part 1 and 2: Complete Annotations: Hamilton “Mythology” Part 4: Complete
Annotations: “Iliad” Book 1 (Brown Lit. Text pages 160-194): Complete Annotations: “Iliad” Book 1 (Brown Lit. Text pages 195-225): Complete
Writing Assessment: Complete
5-10 lines to critique of “Iliad”
Thesis: These set of lines from the text “Iliad” show an example of how the characters value different things in a very compelling manner.
POV 1: The first part of this sample of the text shows value of getting things done on time.
POV 2: However, the old man has a different view on the matter at hand. He is so in love with a girl he will not leave her.
POV 3: The old man was willing to stay back for her because he valued family as well.
Don’t Take the Girl
Analysis of lines 31-36 on page 78 of the “Iliad”
The book called the “Iliad” is written by someone called Homer. No one knows who this person is or if it is a male or a female. They don’t even know if the person who wrote the “Iliad” is the same person who wrote the Odyssey. The person who translated this certain text is Robert Fagles. He is one of the few translators that kept this text in a poem format. These specific lines are very meaningful to the beginning part of the book. Many people today value different things; such as, being on time, religion, love, money, animals, family, etc. These set of lines from the text “Iliad” show an example of how the characters value different things in a very compelling manner.
The first part of this sample of the text shows value of getting things done on time. The person speaking is Agamemnon and he is very angry with the old man. He shouts to him that if he keeps loitering the wreaths of god will never save him. To Agamemnon being on time was so valuable that it effected whether or not the gods would be on your side or not. He...
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