Mosaic II.docx assignment one

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Mosaic II: First Assignment Prof. Douglas Greenfield James Soyemi Option One Sarpedon’s speech cut Hector to the quick. He leapt to the ground with all his gear And. Brandishing a pair of sharp spears, Roamed the ranks, urging everyone to fight. The noise intensified, and with a roar The Trojans whirled to face the Achaeans, Who remained in tight formation and did not flinch. As a married couple would ask each other, Apollo intervened and asked both Trojans and Achaeans warriors, Why are they arguing?, Why must they fight?, They should love each other and make things right with a compromise. It’s like they both forgot what they were fighting for, Because the war is so long, so tell me why are we at war? Despite the plea of Apollo to stop combat, The Greeks Under the cloud of white dust Their horses’ hooves kicked up from the plain As the chariots wheeled into action again And men locked up in hand-to-hand combat (5. 531-546)
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