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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • in the first lines, — the wrath of Achilles. And when we go through
    • shown to be the result of the wrath of Achilles. Further, another peculiar
    • of the wrath of Achilles: — And the more deeply we penetrate into
    • words “Sing to me, oh muse, of the wrath of Achilles,” a
    • and passions of men, men who like Achilles are far removed in a certain
    • or Agamennon? When Achilles appears before our souls, he appears to
    • Iliad continues, we very soon feel that in Achilles we have before us
    • the other heroes. Homer also brings before us how Achilles has to settle
    • of civilisation, and then direct our gaze towards this Achilles, he
    • because Achilles fought out for himself what he personally had to fight
    • when we consider this description of the wrath of Achilles with all
    • take one case. How do Thetis the mother of Achilles, Athene, and other
    • of the wrath of Achilles”; “Let a higher being sing within
    • a different humanity, in whom the super-sensible lived. Achilles is absolutely
    • comprehend Achilles when we know that Homer wished to represent in him
    • wrath is described as the wrath of Achilles is described in the Iliad.
    • egoism of Kriemhilde, as of Achilles.



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