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The Iliad II Bks 16, 22, and 24
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Iliad Book 16 The Death Of Patroclus
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Patroclus Achilles’s friend Achilles allows him to fight in his stead, but requests that he not be too successful Patroclus kills Sarpedon and in the heat of the battle forgets Achilles’s request
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Patroclus’s Death Patroclus is wounded by Euphorbus Hector finishes him off and taunts him Patroclus predicts Hector’s fate Hector jeers at him
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The Iliad Book 22 The Death of Hector
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The preliminaries Hector ignores the advice to retreat and prepares to fight Achilles Priam advice Hector to fight inside the walls Hector considers a different plan, but ultimately rejects any other solution than fighting
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The combat Achilles’s new shield
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Unformatted text preview: Hector’s fear Achilles chases Hector The confrontation between Athena and Zeus Hector proposes a pact, Achilles rejects it Hector’s Death Hector throws his spear, but misses Achilles He realizes that his fate his sealed and prepares to die Achilles wounds Hector and finishes him off Hector’s body is stabbed by each soldier As a final insult, Achilles ties Hector beyond his chariot and drags him around the walls of Troy The Iliad Book 24 The Ransoming of Hector’s Body Achilles and Priam Priam goes to Achilles’s tent Priam as suppliant The two men cry together The banquet Achilles returns Hector’s body The truce...
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