Iliad

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English

 

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Wilford H

 

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January 28, 2016

 

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University

 

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B

 

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The fall of Troy is "a thing? whose glory shall perish never (Homer, Iliad 2.324)". The goal of the Greeks is the fame that resounds even after death, and they let nothing bar their way. The honor of the individual, family, and community guide every action and response. Honor and glory define the hero, and therefore are the foundations for everything that comes to pass in Homer's Iliad...
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Honor and glory define the hero, and therefore are the foundations for everything that comes to pass in Homer's Iliad. The concepts of honor and glory are critical to understanding the motivation of the heroes in Homer's Iliad. Glory was gained by great, heroic actions and deeds and was conferred upon an individual by others who witnessed and acclaimed the glorious actions...
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