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trojan horse

ulysses and the trojan horse

what is the setting of "Ulysses and the Trojan horse". the setting is in Troy during the Trojan war.
what is the mood of "Ulysses and the Trojan horse". the mood is serious and exciting.
who are the characters in "Ulysses and the Trojan horse". the characters are: Ulysses, Helen, Menelaus, Priam, Apollo, Sinon, Laocoon, the Greeks and the Trojans.
Give an example of person vs. person conflict person vs. fate conflict, and person vs. self conflict from the "Ulysses and the Trojan horse" Trojan vs Greeks, who won the war, Sinon peat him self up to track the Trojans.
Give and example of foreshadowing in "Ulysses and the Trojan Horse" when in the history the narrator say "the city of troy would last forever.they were wrong" the told you the city would be destroyed.
How does the story "Ulysses and the Trojan horse" fit the definition of and epic?. talk about gods and heroes.
why is Ulysses and Epic Hero? he is very important to his country, with his idea the Greeks won the war. Ulysses came up with the idea of the Trojan horse which cause the defeat of troy.
why did the Greeks attack troy? The Trojans prince named Paris took Helen, queen of Sparta, from Greece.
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. Sinon told the Trojans that the Greeks had given up and gone home.
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? Ulysses has the ability or wisdom to plan. He came up with the idea of the Trojan horse.
What quality did the Trojans make in their war with the Greeks? they did not listen to Laocoon and they pulled the horse into the city and celebrated the end of the war.
person vs. person the war between the Greeks and the Trojans
person vs. fate the gods will decide who is going to win the war.
person vs. self Sinon beats himself up to trick the Trojans, Sinon must decide to be loyal to the Greeks.
Created by: emiliomedina



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