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Unformatted text preview: OUTLINE FDR HDMER‘S ILIAD 1. Book I: The shame of Achilleus and his refusal to fight. His request to his mother, Thetis for revenge on the Greeks. 2. Book II-VIII: Zeus allows Trojans to have temporary victory 3. Agamemnon "repente", Achillues refuses his gifts. Book IX 4. Book x—xv: Greeks suffer more defeats. Burning of the ships. 5. Book XVI+XVII: Patroklos {companion of Achilles} rallies Greeksr attacks the walls of Troy, Killed by Hektor. 6. Book XVIII: Achilles returns to battle, receives new "heavenly" armor. ?. Book XIX—XXII: Achilles rallies GreeksIr drives Trojans back to their cityIr kills Hektor 3. Book XXIII: Greeks hold games to celebrate their victory and death of Hektor 9. Book XXIV: Prism {father of Hektor} pleads for Hektor's body. Achilles returns Hektor's body. Hektor given hero‘s burial by Trojans. OUTLINE FDR HDHER*S ODYSSEY 1. Book I—IV: Adventures of Telemachos, son of Odysseus 2. Book v—VIII: 10th year of Odysseus1| wanderings: island of Calypso to the island of Phaiakians- 3. Book 13—311: The tale of the first 9 years of wandering: Troy to Cyclops to Circe. to Hades to Helios to island of Kalypso. 4. Book XIII—XIX: Odysseus returns to Ithyka. meets Telemachosr Plots-death of suitors after “testing" suitors and Penelope. 5. Book XX—KKIH: The test of the bowr slaughter of suitors, reunion with Penelope and father. . House-- In: I'Lran. Boot Ix he’d parcel out some scraps but keep the hon’s share. - I Some he'd hand to the lords and ' nihilism"?— andthey, theyholdthsmsfill. Frans-“ate Minnie Achilles of all Arches-ans, he seizesl-helteeps the with: IIilIIIrne- Well let him bed hernow— . . - enjoyher to the hiltl 'W'hy ‘must we battle Trojans, rnenoffirgos?“"hydidhemusteranarmy, -leadushere,- tltatsonoffitrens?“fl1y,whyin thewldifnot-- --. for Helen with her loose and lustroushair? - . -. Are-they the only men alive whs-Iare-aeimriaes. those sons of Atreus? Neverl Any decent man, - v : a man'with sense, loves his mm,.earre's for his own .- asdeeply asI, [loved thatwomanwlthall -lfl}’l:l.fifl.Il’Itp..I' though I won herlilte-a trophy nithmyspear But now that he's tornnry honor hommmhandnfi' robbed me, lied to Mn' hleflhim try me new lr lurow him too well—he’ll ueser'win me used ' '--'.,.:$l1ameleas irweterate—arrnored m shamelessrresst Dog that be is, - hie'dneserdsretoloolrmestraighttnflseeyessgaim Nu, I'll never set heads togetherwith .tliatman— noplannin in esmnm,notslringeonrmonaetion. .- He-ohea me, did me damage,arrahgl‘: But nereragain, he'll never rah me blind widthiitnieflng-watda againls- . Dnee isenougbforhim._ Dieandhetlamnedforalllesre Mist-Emil: me, . the-immortal ss'Iheos nathher that tam fate rmw day ol’gld'eath. When .IEIhold'out' hereandl lay'siege-tfi'll'roys- -.'-r .- unrjotu'ney home is gonerbutmy glory neserfies. IliIvoyagehaektethefartherlasrelUnitas;I " - nean'ds mrslurrdiesm ' ' true butthelit'e that'sleft'menulibeiong, thestrolre of deathwill-nutI canteenrue- Iquieldy THE iLIAD. 3001‘: VI In the same breath, shining Hector reached down for his son—hut the buy reeoiled, eringing against his nurse s full breast, streaming out at the sight of his sum father, terrified by the flashing bronze, the horsehair erest, the great ridge of the helmet nodding, bristling terror— so it struck his eyes. 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