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Read Achilles' words to Patroclus: "Mind me: when you feel the joy of battle in your heart, do not be over-bold. When you have driven the Trojans from our ships, do not pursue them. Do not go near the wall of Troy, lest a god meet and harm you." What do these words show about Achilles?

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  1. anonymous
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    A. He has wisdom. B. He is full of wrath. C. He feels grief. D. He wants vengeance.

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    @Brandonsnider222

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    Psh you should be able to guess this one by how he speaks XD its A wisdom ^-^

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    Haha thanks so much XD

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    Hes enjoying what he does >> wisdom >> the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; the quality of being wise.

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