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Literary Analysis of Part of Homer's The Iliad 1.0

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This essay focuses on analysing Homer's language and how it demonstrates his respect for both Akhilleus (Achilles) and Hektor (Hector). The passage analysed is lines 97-184 of The Iliad.

The essay includes references to jungian archetypes, diction, syntax, and simile.

This essay was written for a Pre-IB Language Arts course at the 9th grade level (year 10). It received a 95% from the course instructor.



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