Why in tears, Patroclus?

Why in tears, Patroclus?
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The Iliad - Homer Why in tears, Patroclus? Book 16 : Lines 5 - 13 Comic By Hailee

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  • Comic By Hailee
  • The Iliad - Homer
  • Why in tears, Patroclus?
  • Book 16 : Lines 5 - 14
  • And the brilliant runner Achilles saw him coming, filled with pity and spoke out winging words: "Why in tears, Patroclus? 16.5-7
  • "Why in tears, Patroclus?
  • Like a girl, a baby running after her mother, begging to be picked up, 16.8-9
  • and she tugs her skirts, holding her back as she tries to scurry off- 16.9-10
  • all tears, fawning up at her, till she takes her in her arms... 16.10-11
  • That's how you look, Patroclus, streaming live tears. But why? Some news for the Myrmidons, news for me? Some message from Phthia that you alone have heard? " 16.12-14
  • The End
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