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Begin with the clash between Agamemnon-- The Greek warlord--and godlike Achilles. Which of the immortals set these two At each other's throats? Apollo Zeus' son and Leto's, offended By the warlord. Agamemnon had dishonored Chryses, Apollo's priest, so the god Struck the Greek camp with plague, And the soldiers were dying of it. Used with permission of Hackett Publishing Co.
The Iliad by Homer
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Among the gods, who brought this quarrel on? Book I: The quarrel between Achilles and Agamemnon. Book II: Agamemnon's dream.
Book IV: A quarrel in Olympus. Book V: The exploits of Diomed. Book VI: Hector and Andromache. Book IX: The embassy to Achilles. Book X: Ulysses and Diomed go out as spies. Book XI: Agamemnon's day of glory.
The Iliad, Book I, Lines 1-15
Book XIV: Agamemnon proposes retreat. Book XV: Apollo heals Hector. Book XIX: Achilles goes out to fight.
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