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Unformatted text preview: -wisks her to his room, where helen is waiting, calling him a coward, telling him he needs to either die or kill menelaus, but then they do it Book 5 -Divine internection is pretty direct and common in the iliad, the gods kind of use humans as their puppets -aphrodite and ares are both on the chariot, and diomedes wounds the both of them, which is pretty much a big deal, so he got his moment of glory for a little while - theomachia refers to gods fighting in battle Book 6-super juicy loveliness Book 16 patroclus puts on achilles' armor, gets murked by hector, achilles goes back in battle to kill hector. no notes for book 18 book 22: in the iliad, greek battles are depicted as a force of momentum, rather than a test of individual skill to the warriers achilles faces hector in single battle -dei(two dots over the i)phobus, hectors brother book 24: it's overrrr POST ILIADIC EVENTS death of penthesilea death of achilles, shot in the heel (only place where he isnt mortal) by paris...
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- Fall '08
- The Iliad, War, Achilles, Hector, Agamemnon, Paris, Chryseis, Helen, Menelaus, Zeus, Book 1, Book 2