The Iliad Book 22 Plot

The Iliad Book 22 Plot
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  • Hector is debating with himself about what to do. He knows he will show shame to Troy if he doesn't fight. 
  • Should I fight Achilles?
  • That's a great idea. I will forever praise you for this, my brother. 
  • After several laps of chasing each other, Athena stops them. She decides Hector is who dies. She pretends to be Deiphobus. 
  • Brother, let's team up and take down Achilles.
  • After they both miss each other, Hector calls Deiphobus. He finds out he's been tricked. Achilles then strikes him, sending him to the ground. 
  • Please return my sorry body to my family and community. 
  • You deserve to be torn apart by the dogs. There is no mercy for you.
  • My dying curse is that Paris and lord Apollo ruin you at the Scaen gates!
  • My poor son! 
  • Fetch my chariot. I want to show that I've killed the cowardly Hector. 
  • What is that? I hear my sweet mother-in-law screaming. It has to be my beloved Hector. 
  • Come with me so I may see what they've done to my love. 
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