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Cursed in your own courage! . your temper’s so relentless. indd 31 9/18/08 9:37:00 AM CHAPTER 4 But still, if deep down some prophecy makes you balk, some doom your noble mother revealed to you from Zeus, well and good; at least send me into battle, quickly. Let the whole Myrmidon army follow my command— I might bring some light of victory to our Argives! And give me your own ﬁne armor to buckle on my back, so the Trojans might take me for you, Achilles . ”4 Achilles agreed to let him go, but unfortunately, Patroclus got caught up in the role he was playing and began killing as many Trojans as he could reach.
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