Iliad Test Book study guide.doc

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Name:____________________________________Date:____________________ Points: ____/120 1. In Book 1, the major theme of the book is ______________________________ . Which character does this theme focus around? ________________ 2. In Book 1 of the Iliad, which theme is evident when Apollo and Hera involve themselves in human affairs? 3. In Book 1 of the Iliad, Achilles listens unwillingly to Athena's words. What word would best describes his attitude? 4. Explain the quote and why it is being said. "And I swear by Apollo / dear to Zeus, the power you pray to, one / will lay his heavy hands on you by the hollow ships." 5. In their conversation, Hector and Andromache are pulled in many directions. What conflict is expressed? 6. What word best describes Hector's attitude toward his son in Book 6? ( 7. Who is speaking in this sentence? " is less the pain of the Trojans still to come / that weighs me down, not even of Hecuba herself / or King Priam...That is nothing, nothing beside your agony when some brazen Argive hales you off in tears, wrenching away your day of light and freedom."
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