The Iliad Teacher's Guide

An epic adventure poem from the beginning of Greek literature, The Iliad has long been attributed to the poet Homer, though most scholars believe it's a story passed down in the oral tradition through many generations. It follows the hero Akhilleus (or Achilles) during the end of the Trojan war. This teacher's guide to the version translated by Robert Fitzgerald contains suggested background reading, questions for understanding and for further study, and extension activities.
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