Analysis of Hector. "The Illiad"
Belonging to the Trojans, Hector was a useful and skilled fighter in the war, and was said to be the strongest on the Trojan side. The mighty warrior believed in the fundamentals of war- killing for pride and stealing for satisfaction- and was a hungry fighter.
Hector's will to kill was not as great as that of Achilles, but he was similar to Achilles in his war outlook. Hector put more time into his wife Andromache and son Astyanax than Achilles did and was devoted to his family while balancing war as a priority as well. …
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