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Title: Similaries Between Aeneid and Iliad

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Subject: History
Author: Mary W
Date: August 3, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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52). Fire is used to show destruction in The Iliad as well. Such example is the Trojans setting fire to the one of the Achaean ships. Fire is not only used to show destruction but to describe human emotions. A fire ignites in Dido's heart when she falls in love with Aeneas. Similarly, Homer describes Achilles' anger as a raging flame...

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Similarly, Homer describes Achilles' anger as a raging flame. The symbolism of gates is used in both poems as well. In book IX of The Aeneid, the Trojans seek shelter from the Latin troops during an attack. Aeneas was not at the Trojan camp when the battle takes place however, he gives orders before he left to stay behind the gates of the fortress...

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