Euan Guiney Book 9 Illiad
let’s sail back to our dear native land. For we’re never going to capture Troy
A sorrow filled Agamemnon addresses the Argives
You run, but the rest of the Achaeans
will stay here until we demolish Troy.
Achaea’s sons just sat there, speechless with grief. At last Diomedes, skilled in battle spoke out
Make amends, win him back with gifts
and gracious speeches, and be friends once more
Old Nestor Convinces Agamemnon to settle his beef with Achilies so he can help in the battle for troy
Phoenix, Ajax, Odysseus, Odius, and Eurybates set out to find Achilles
Lets pray to Poseidon for safe passage
On arrival, the group is quickly turned away by a still bitter Achilles
Not even if he gave me gifts as numerous as grains of sand beside the sea or particles of dust
They set off back to camp, bearing very bad news
Noble son of Laertes, resourceful Odysseus, let’s be off. I don’t think we’ll bring this talk to a successful end, not on this trip. We must report this news, though it’s not good
Explore Our Articles and Examples
Try Our Other Websites!
Photos for Class
– Search for School-Safe, Creative Commons Photos (It Even Cites for You!
– Easily Make and Share Great-Looking Rubrics
– Create Custom Nursery Art