Why does the Iliad conclude with the funeral of Hektor?

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February 3, 2017

 

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Through these points I expect to show how this has influenced the way in which Hektor death links the tragic development of the epic poem. Although we witness many deaths of Trojan and Achaian warriors we are only aware of the two funerals (held separately) of Patroklos and Hektor and it is not until this time that the concern with burial grows increasingly adamant...
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During the ceremonies of the two men we find differences in the manner of how each body has been laid to rest, though equally resulting with a funeral pyre. Throughout ‘The Iliad’ there are many recurring similes that befall in the concluding lines concerning Hektors funeral. Indeed Patroklos himself knows of his ultimate fate when he prepares for battle against Hektor , then, as does Hektor when he finally encounters Achilleus ...
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