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HS The Iliad #10 - Shared screen with speaker view
Kira Hoffman
05:17
All of the above
Kira Hoffman
05:21
Depended on what part of the reading
Jeremy Greenberg
05:25
I'm enjoying it now that the pace is picking back up again
Lydia
05:45
Hello!
Audrey Schroder
06:03
parts of it I like, and others are kind of tedious
Oscar Diego Carrillo
06:14
I liked it
Jeremy Greenberg
08:20
A bunch of people with spears guarding a dismembered body (unless that's armor on the ground)
Oscar Diego Carrillo
08:20
I think those are trojans, right? Is it people fighting over Patroclus's body? Or maybe just fighting over someone's body.
Kira Hoffman
08:21
Two sides battling with two warrior in the foreground holding spears and clashing shields
Lydia
08:23
Two men clearly having a disagreement, about to spear each other
Audrey Schroder
08:43
Warriors are fighting over a body
Jeremy Greenberg
09:02
ok
Jeremy Greenberg
09:57
yeah
Kira Hoffman
10:36
There are gods
Jeremy Greenberg
10:43
this is what's happening on the supernatural side
Audrey Schroder
11:31
There seems to be no fighting and the people are gods
Lydia
11:32
One side of the argument clearly won
Kira Hoffman
15:07
Wasn’t that a part of Antigone
Kira Hoffman
19:22
yes
Oscar Diego Carrillo
19:50
It made sense
Jeremy Greenberg
20:00
yes
Audrey Schroder
20:20
yes, and this actually reminded me of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter
Kira Hoffman
20:40
I agree!
Kira Hoffman
20:43
No not me
Jeremy Greenberg
20:59
That's a good connection
Oscar Diego Carrillo
21:39
That was scored by Patrick Doyle and he really helped make that scene good
Jeremy Greenberg
24:22
My highlight is, "Hector lunged again like a murderous lion mad for kills, charging cattle grazing..." It shows how much of a threat Hector Is to the Greeks.
Kira Hoffman
26:06
Lions eating an animal?
Jeremy Greenberg
26:06
oh, those are lions
Oscar Diego Carrillo
26:12
Lions eating at something?
Audrey Schroder
26:35
lions eating a carcass
Kira Hoffman
28:03
For 15?
Kira Hoffman
28:07
I ccan
Oscar Diego Carrillo
28:29
"so force me, will he, to wrench my will to his? I with the same high honors?
Audrey Schroder
28:31
I picked the lion one as well
Oscar Diego Carrillo
29:39
That quote was mine
Oscar Diego Carrillo
29:51
For 15
Audrey Schroder
32:06
I also have: brilliant Achilles will bring Prince Hector down. And then, from that day on, I'll turn the tide of war
Kira Hoffman
33:09
Prometheus Bound
Oscar Diego Carrillo
35:19
I don't even remember that quote
Jeremy Greenberg
35:25
Achilles?
Kira Hoffman
35:28
It was Achilles
Lydia
39:16
Yes
Kira Hoffman
39:17
yes
Audrey Schroder
39:22
yes
Oscar Diego Carrillo
40:37
I looked at it a bit but I didn't see anything about that
Kira Hoffman
41:41
I think he got caught up in the battle
Jeremy Greenberg
41:57
hmm
Audrey Schroder
42:02
glory?
Oscar Diego Carrillo
42:24
Either that or he wanted to take troy more than he wanted to listen to Achilles
Oscar Diego Carrillo
43:11
I have one
Oscar Diego Carrillo
43:11
"Who was the first you slaughtered, who was the last when the great gods called you down to death?"
Oscar Diego Carrillo
45:01
There was like one to two each book
Jeremy Greenberg
45:12
I think so but I can't remember specifics
Oscar Diego Carrillo
47:45
One thing she never told him-“His own mother- what a terrible thing had taken place”
Audrey Schroder
49:00
If I leave this splendid gear and desert Patroclus- who fell fighting, all to redeem my honor-
Jeremy Greenberg
49:13
I've got to go now, sorry! Thanks for class, goodbye!!
Oscar Diego Carrillo
49:51
I'm very confused about what side Zeus is on
Kira Hoffman
49:56
For Achilles’s Mom
Jeremy Greenberg
49:58
I'll catch the rest on the recording