The Iliad section 8 - Bridget Tarpey

The Iliad section 8 - Bridget Tarpey
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  • How will I win???
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  • we win?
  • For ten years the Trojans and the Greeks had been fighting, Odysseus, leader of the Greeks had thought that the Greeks must win and had thought long and hard about how he would win.
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  • Odysseus thought that if he made a peace offering gift the gods would favor the Greeks and they would win. They would offer the Trojans a mysterious gift a wooden horse with a hollow belly. Once the horse was filed with Greek soldiers they would roll it into the gates of Troy. That night they would attack the Trojans and win.
  • ok, be really quiet!
  • I'll go get the army
  • The Trojans were so excited to see that they had won, and gotten a peace offering as they watched the Greeks sail away. But the Trojans were a little confused as to why they left this huge horse. King Priam didn't like the horse and said that he will burn it.
  • CHARGE!
  • the gods came to interfere the Trojans, for they wanted the Greeks to win. They sent a serpent from ocean to shore. the creature wrapped its coils around the priest, King Priam and died. The Trojans thought that the gods didn't like the priest decision so they brought it into the gates.
  • The Trojans celebrated until they could they drop, eating and dancing until they couldn't no more. Little did they know that while the Trojans were sleeping, the belly of the horse opened and the group of soldiers crept out and quietly opened the gates to their army who had sailed back that night.
  • The Trojans destroyed everything in their way and anyone that had tried to challenge them. King Priam was slain and most women were taken to serve as slaves. The Greek had finally won the war! Helen was taken back back to Sparta. To make sure the Greeks won once and for all they set Troy on fire. Hecuba's dream sure came true, because of her son, Paris, Troy had burned to the ground.
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