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The Iliad Starts on page 232, Volume A Choose one of the subjoined and respond: As you decipher the clarified courses, nucleus on the course that the part Achilles takes: his emotions, his reasons, his feeling of fame and humiliate, his feeling of wilful as protector, Greek, director, demi-god, or some other sameness that you can spectry and settle. Find one or two courses in the anthem that look to settle the overall import or appreciate of the is-sue for you; or, that look especially animated for the imagery, information, spirited ability, or other striking nature. Quote and fall your cherished in a few sentences. Browse one or further fastidious is-sues on the anthem in the library databases; quote one course from the fastidious is-sue, and in a few sentences teach us why it is beneficial in appreciating the first is-sue. REMEMBER to transcribe upto 1 page , not including any quotations you use from the first is-sues or from resultant, fastidious sources. Also, REMEMBER not to plagiarize, and CITE any sources you occur to use.