The following questions are meant to be a starting point. Please feel free to comment on any aspects of this text you find interesting.
Read lines 237–529 (Greek line #s: look at the top of the page of your edition as line #s vary from translation to translation. Lattimore’s translation roughly follows the Greek line
#s) of Book 6 of the Iliad. Answer ONE of the following questions:
1. Consider Hector’s criticism of Alexander (more commonly known as Paris. He is the one who kidnapped Helen.). Do you think that Hector is justified in his anger for Alexander?
2. Consider Hector’s reunion with Andromache (his wife) and his son Astyanax. What perspective does this give about war and its effects on humans? Look closely at Andromache’s words to Hector when crafting your answer to this question.
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