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Unformatted text preview: Heln is disgusted with Paris but scared of Aphrodite so she gives in Menelaus roars around battlefield looking for Paris; Agamemnon declares the Greeks have won Epic Similes p128, 2-6 p129, 26-29 p161, 544-546 p161, 556-559 p159, 504-507 epithet- phrase used over and over again Odysseus - the great tactician Paris - magnificent as a god Menelaus - master of the war cry Agamemnon - the lord of men, commander-in-chief Apollo - Wolf-god, glorious archer Athena transforms into a Trojan, Laodocus, and urges an archer, Pandarus, to shoot Menelaus with an arrow. But then she deflects the arrow to the strong part of his armor. Agamemnon rallies his troops and bring them into line; goads them on Makes troops feel shameful, compliments leaders' strengths (Ajax and Nestor), spurring anger (Odysseus), recalling the leaders' father's great deeds (Diomedes to Tydeus) Characters Athena - manipulative Repetition Important Quotes p146, 148, 152, 156...
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- Spring '07
- Greek Mythology, Helen, helen Helen, Menelaus As Priam