Realism in "The Iliad": quotes taken from penguin classics/ Mark Hammond translation.
Homer's "The Iliad" is an epic poem that touches on the lives of the everyday people of Ancient Greece, particularly the soldiers, as well as the "lives" of the gods and goddesses in which they believed. Some critics claim that the crowning achievement in this work is Homer's sense of realism in the characters and plot. Literary Realism, as defined by the Literary Encyclopedia at www.literarydictionary.com, is "a genre of fiction in which there is a detailed presentation of appearances, especially of the familiar details of everyday life." As per this definition, "The Iliad" is an examp…
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