AMAIZING OFFER GET 25% OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER CODE FIRST25
One *FULL*) page essay (a little over is ok but not under. Answering these about Book II of the Aeneid. Your study question this week concerns the entrance of the Trojan horse into the city of Troy, as described in lines 289-320 in the Fagles translation (the passage that immediately follows the death of Laocoon and his sons). Why are the Trojans so eager to move the horse through the city gates? What is their attitude toward it? What is the significance of the fact that the horse halts (how? Why?) four times at the threshold of the city?