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Aeneid lines 268-280 `Aeneas' dream of Hector'

In this section of the Aeneid, Aeneas begins to dream, and for the first time he himself comes into his
story. The passage is very dramatic, with the contrast of the happy sleep of Aeneas (who believes
that the Greeks have gone and…

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flens (279). He is upset, not frightened, and in response he addresses Hector ­ with grieving
words (maestas voces).

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