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The Fall of Troy and the Returns of the Heroes
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Achilles’s Death After the death of Hector, the fighting resumes Achilles fights the Amazons He is fatally wounded by an arrow shot by Paris Ajax recovers his body After the sack of Troy, Achilles’s ghost demands the sacrifice of Polyxena, Priam’s daughter
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The Fall of Troy The capture of Helenus The fulfillment of the conditions for Troy’s Fall Sinon and the stratagem of the horse The destruction of Troy
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The Aftermath of the War Conquerors and Conquered
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The Trojans Aeneas’s escape Astyanax’s death Andromache’s vicissitudes Cassandra’s fate
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The Greeks Agamemnon is murdered by his wife upon his return from Troy Menelaus takes
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Unformatted text preview: Helen back Ajaxs Madness The competition for Achilless armor Odysseuss victory Ajaxs suicide Diomedes Diomedess return to Argos His wifes unfaithfulness The departure for Italy The worship of Diomedes after his death Odysseus King of Ithaca Husband of Penelope Father of Telemachus His return is narrated in Homers Odyssey , where Odysseus reunites with his family Main Themes in the Odyssey Poseidons wrath Odysseuss adventures Telemachuss coming of age Penelopes struggle against the suitors Transition from war to peace and the restoration of the household ( oikos )...
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