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“When a young man is killed in war/Even though his body lies there beautiful, noble.” (80-82). this explained the furthest a man can go to protect his loyalty and personal integrity as a man. Secondly, Achilles is viewed a warrior full of rage and is vengeful. This is evident by reaction the proud Achilles displayed after the commander in chief declared his interest for his maiden. Achilles could not comprehend why he was being forced to give up his maiden just because the commander in chief asked. It did not go well him, keeping in mind that they had experienced fatal plague because of the commander in chief not releasing the priest daughter on time. This led Achilles to forfeit his role of leading his troop to the battle for several days. Furthermore Achilles had a motive to kill Apollo the god who had let down the plague this evident in Homer’s poem “Iliad” as he writes, “ Son of Peleus, you’re on your feet/But you will
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Insert Surname 3 never catch me, man chasing god.” (10-12). It is clear Achilles was willing to go beyond borders just to ensure his personal integrity is observed diligently and well established. Achilles was a leader of a troop of warriors that was fighting in Trojan War. However, he was overshadowed with his personal ambitions of protecting his personal integrity and neglected his responsibility as a leader of a troop. Achilles was concerned with protecting himself with his
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