Fabiola FloresMrs. Karen DormanWorld LiteratureSeptember 18th, 2019Annotations of Iliad promptAnderson, Wallace L. “Of Gods and Men in the ‘Iliad.’” College English, vol. 14, no. 7, 1953, pp. 391–395. JSTOR, .“Homer’s Iliad is a case point. The difficulty is not primarily one of translation, for, evenif the poem were to be read in the original, the fundamental problem would remain. The problem is one of belief. The gods and their relations with men play a basic part in the Iliad from the beginning to the end.”Duffy, William. “Aias and the Gods.” College Literature, vol. 35, no. 4, Fall 2008, pp. 75–96. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=lfh&AN=34632978&site=lrc-live.“The question of Aias’ relationship with Zeus will ultimately impact the issue of the hero’s lack of divine aid. Therefore, we must address that issue first. Zeus interferes in Aias’ affairs eight times.”This article focuses on analyzing the relationship between the mortals and the gods. It describes some of the interactions of gods with the humanity as strange or uncommon. The
article goes deep into the nature of gods, their conflicts, and the circumstances of the Trojan war.