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the trojan horse

Why did the Greeks attack troy? because they took the wife of the king Menelaus.
How long did the war between the Greeks and the Trojans last? 10 years.
Why did the Trojans think the war was over? Because when looked outside the wall there was no one and they thought that they had won the war.
Why did Ulysses steal the palladium? Because they believed that if they have the palladium they can't lose the war because the palladium is going to protect them.
Why did Sinon wound himself? So he could trick the Trojans into thinking that the Greeks beat him and left him.
What quality or ability of Ulysses gave him victory over his enemies? His ability is that he can plan because the horse was his plan and that is how they won the war
What mistakes did the Trojans make in their war with the Greeks? they didn't listen to Laocoon.
what is the setting of "Ulysses and the Trojan Horse"? the setting is Troy.
What is the mood of"Ulysses and the Trojan Horse"? the mood is serious.
Who are the characters in "Ulysses and the Trojan Horse"? Ulysses,Sinon,Laocoon,The Greeks and Trojans.
Give an example of person vs. person conflict,person vs.fate conflict,and person vs. self from the story . The Greeks and the Trojans were at war. (person vs. person) Sinon beats himself up to trick the Trojans. (person vs. self) the Godsdecided who is going to win the war. (person vs. fate)
what is an example of foreshadowing of the story? When Sinon lifted the torch that foreshadows that the Greeks are going to attack the Trojans.
How does the story fit the definition of an epic? Because they have a Hero and they have Gods.
Why is Ulysses an Epic Hero? Because the horse was his plan to attack the Trojans.
Created by: erickq



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