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Unformatted text preview: mortals look at Gods as very important divine figures, but also as figures to be feared. In the case of Hector and Achilles, the Gods influenced them as well. At the moment when Hector was fleeing from fighting Achilles, Athena tells Hector to quit running and turn to fight Achilles. In the end, Hector dies due to Athenas influences. 4. Judging based of the story Homer tells, it appears that the Greek warriors were very brave in their fight. Although in certain cases may appear cowardice, when given a chance to prove themselves, they were very determine to succeed. Just like how no matter whom stood in Achilles way, he fought them and continued to pursue his target until the mission complete. Just the thought of doing more than asked to do evokes the feeling of bravery and pride....
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- Spring '12
- The Iliad, War, Achilles, Hector, Athena