Greek Mythology

Greek Mythology - ecture#910.13.2010 L :HomersIlliad...

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Lecture # 9 10.13.2010     Mortality and Suffering: Homer’s  Illiad Glory – to be heard about,  have one’s name “heard”. Only through glory can one live after death. Cleos   fame, immortality through fame.       Generations of mortal are like leaves falling from a tree. You tread upon countless leaves. You don't look at them as individual leaves; shows insignificance. Diomedes’  aristia Passage where one character is the best; the best fighter, etc. Each character has one.  Books were originally referred to by events (ie: Hector’s death, or duel  Achilles Out of action from Book 1 to Book 9 By himself walking up and down the shore singing songs about war In Book 9 he reflects on the value system he upholds in Book 1 The Embassy to Achilles  -Men depicted naked. Heroes have beautiful bodies, by showing the body it proves that they  are a hero and an aristocrat. o
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Greek Mythology - ecture#910.13.2010 L :HomersIlliad...

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