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Unformatted text preview: DeArtis Chase Mosaics II February 7, 2011 Iliad Books 4&5 Reaction Paper Books four and five go into the war between the Greeks and Trojans. In book three Paris did not finish the fight between him and Menelaus, so the war between the two armies continued. Book four began with Pandarus shooting an arrow at Menelaus. Atreus saw this and pushed it, causing it to only wound him. Agamemnon individually spoke to his troops. The ones that were ready for the battle he encouraged them to fight until the end. Thos who looked frightened, he taunted them in order to anger them and ready them for battle. In order to prepare all of his men for battle he showed a different side of himself, he even smiled at the insults that were given to him. During the beginning of the battle the Greeks were getting the best of the Trojans. This caused Apollo to become enraged at the Trojans. Get back into the fight! Greek skin is not stone or iron (pg. 81). This is what Apollo yelled form the Pergamum. Throughout book five, it began or iron (pg....
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