opinions to finally decide to migrate his family from the burning city and

Opinions to finally decide to migrate his family from

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opinions to finally decide to migrate his family from the burning city and eventually fails to escape the tragedy. In the sixth book of the Iliad and the second book of the Aeneid , the reader can see how the two characters prioritize their roles as a husband and as a warrior through their
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interactions within their own family. In both books, it describes an intimate scene between the two warriors and their families which show the importance of fatherhood, and ultimately show the reader how each man induces the importance of his role in their respective families. In book two of the Aeneid , Aeneus is described to be respecting his family in mere silence. Aeneus does not address his family which can be confusing to the reader on how Aeneus’ perspective regarding his role as a husband and as well as a father. Aeneus has a change of heart concerning fatherhood because due to his mother’s intervention. She remonstrates that he needs to thoroughly think is priorities, she states that his loyalty runs far more deeply to a city of ruins compared to his family who requires his aid. In the Aeneid , it shows that Aeneus treasures his role as a son over his role as a husband and father, as he fails to show any precaution when it comes to the safety of his family and truly shows that he is incompetent to his duty. Aenius is selfish and is only protective when it concerns his father and states that he wouldn’t leave his father lonesome and would rather let his family die.
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