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The Trojan Horse

why did the Greeks attack Troy? because Troy stolen the Palladium.
how long did the war between the Greeks and the Trojans last? it lasted ten years.
why did the Trojans think the war was over? because it was all quiet and no one was there.
why did Ulysses steal the Palladium? Ulysses stoled it so he can have protection.
why did Sinon wound himself? so he trick the trojans.
what quality or ability of Ulysses gave him victory over his enemies? when they build the trojan horse
what mistakes did the Trojans make in their war with the Greeks? when they didnt listen to the Lacoon .
what is the setting of Ulysses and the Trojan Horse? in troy.
what is the mood of ulysses and the trojan horse? serious
who are the character in ulysses and the trojan horse? the trojan people and the ulysses and sinon and the lacoon, the greeks
give an example of person vs. person conflict, person vs. fate, and person vs. self conflict from the ulysses and the trojan . the greeks and the trojans were at war.
give an example of foreshadowing in ulysses and the trojan horse when they left the trojan horse.
how does the story ulysses and the trojan fit the defintion of an epic? They have a hero"Ulysses" and have gods "Athena"
Why is Ulysses an epic hero. Cuase he helps the greek win the war
Created by: klaleivaa.