CLCS_335_Lecture_11_ - CLCS335Lecture TrojanWar women clothing corpses ,fightingforkleos(glory moretime(honor)>morekleos(glory explain

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CLCS 335 Lecture 11/3/08 Trojan War  most heroes have a link to the Trojan war  exchange is a common theme  women  clothing  corpses Greeks and Trojans operate within hero warrior code  soldiers not fighting to get Helen back, fighting for kleos (glory)  more time (honor) --> more kleos (glory)  explains why grown men are acting like children  Agamemnon  competitor  Patroclus  gets Achilles to give him his armor  on one condition  push troops back, not sack Troy  armor transforms Patroclus  feels invincible  drives Trojans back  attempts to sack the city and is cut down by Apollo/Hector  Hector  major warrior on Trojan side  Paris's brother  son of Priam  kills Patroclus  fighting over corpse of Patroclus and Achilles's armor  Achilles refuses to accept the fact that Patroclus is dead 
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course CLCS 335 taught by Professor Keithdickson during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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