The Illiad Section 2 The Apple of Disord

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  • Yay! They're married!
  • I will crash their wedding and give them this apple. Then they will argue.
  • Ha ha ha ha!
  • Theitis the sea nymph and King Pelias had just gotten married and everyone was happy and celebrating, Even the gods that came including  Zeus, Hera, Athena and Aphrodite.
  • Is this for us?
  • Why then it must be for me.
  • No, it's for me.
  • It says "To the Fairest"
  • Meanwhile, Eris the god of strife and discord, who wasn't invited, was spying on the wedding. She was plotting to destroy the wedding. She was jealous of the other goddesses.
  • Tonight is not the time to decide who gets the apple. We are her to celebrate a wedding. Let's get on with the feast.
  • Eris walked into the building and rolled the apple on the ground. She cackled as she did so. The apple landed by the goddesses Athena of Wisdom, Hera the queen of the gods, and Aphrodite the goddess of love and beauty.
  • That is enough! Paris, the true son of King Priam of Troy, will be the fair judge. It will be up to him to decide who gets the apple.
  • Okay..
  • King Pelias picked the apple up. The goddesses chattered and tried to figure out who the apple was for. Eris's plan had succeeded and now everyone was mad.
  • Everybody circled around trying to figure it out. Then Zeus yelled and they all quieted down. Although the three goddesses still bickered among themselves.
  • Later Zeus was fed up with their arguing and started yelling. Then the happy wedding and grew dark and cold. and everybody went on with their lives.
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