ead this excerpt from The Iliad. Thus Chryses pray’d.—the favouring power attends, And from Olympus‘ lofty tops descends. Bent was his bow, the Grecian hearts to wound; Fierce as he moved, his silver shafts resound. If you’re on Agamemnon’s side, who is the antagonist? Achaians Apollo Achilles Chyseis

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ead this excerpt from The Iliad. Thus Chryses pray’d.—the favouring power attends, And from Olympus‘ lofty tops descends. Bent was his bow, the Grecian hearts to wound; Fierce as he moved, his silver shafts resound. If you’re on Agamemnon’s side, who is the antagonist? Achaians Apollo Achilles Chyseis

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The main plot concerns Achilles, the invaders' strongest soldier. Achilles, according to prophecy, has a choice: either die an untimely death that ensures his legend lives forever, or retire to a life of normality and obscurity. After a falling-out with King Agamemnon, Achilles withdraws from the war, tempted by the second option. In his absence, the fortunes of battle begin to swing the Trojan way. Achilles eventually, of course, chooses glory... after the death of his friend Patroclus.

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