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ulysses and trojan

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why did the Greeks attack Troy? the Trojan have took Helen away.
how long did the war between the Greeks and the Trojans last? 10 years.
why did the Trojans think the war was over? because the Greeks left and build a huge Trojan horse and Sinon told the Trojan that the Greeks had left.
why did Ulysses steal the palladium? the Trojan thought the palladium protected people.
why did Sinon wound himself? to trick the Trojan that the Greeks left him behind.
what quality or ability of Ulysses gave him victory over his enemies? smartness.
what mistakes did the Trojans make in their war with the Greeks? they let the Trojan horse in and did not listen to the Laocoon.
what is the setting of "Ulysses and the Trojan horse" Troy during the Trojan war.
what is the mood of "Ulysses and the Trojan horse"? Sirius.
who are the characters in "Ulysses and the Trojan horse"? the character are Sinon,Ulysses,Helen,Priam, the Greeks and the Trojan
Person vs Fate? the gods deside who wins the war.
Person vs Person? Trojan vs Greeks who won the war.
Person vs Self? Sinon beats him self up to trick the Trojan.
why is Ulysses an epic hero? because he thought of the huge Trojan horse.
how dose the story "Ulysses and the Trojan horse" fit the the definition. he is very important to his country of Greek and gods.
what is foreshadowing in Ulysses and the Trojan horse. the Trojan said Troy was going to last but it didn't last.
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