The anger of achilles in the poem "The Iliad" and how if affected him
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What causes lead a great warrior such as Achilles to sub come to his feelings of intense anger? Three causes in Homer's Iliad was the death of his best friend, Patroklos, by Hecktor, the taking of Briseis, who was his war prize, away from him by Agamemnon, and not having the pride of a warrior to fight in battle.
First, war prizes were very valuable to warriors. This showed property or ownership of a person and how good of a warrior they were Briseis was the prize of Achilles. Agamemnon wanted to take her away from him as reparations from the war. This was the start of his wrath of anger.…
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