1. How does Patroclus disobey Achilles' orders?
- He kills too many Trojans without cause.
- He doesn't wound Agamemnon and returns without Helen.
- He pursues the Trojans right up to the city gates.
- He kills Sarpedon but doesn't bring him back.
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2. Why doesn't Zeus save his son, Sarpedon, from being killed by Patroclus?
- Hera convinces him that other Gods will look down on him if he interferes with the mortals.
- Hephaestus convinces him that Sarpedon's destiny dictates that he must die in this battle.
- Aphrodite refuses to obey Zeus in the future if he decides to interfere with the life of a mortal.
- Athene convinces him that it is time for the Achaeans to take the upper hand in battle.
3. What does Hector foreshadow when he taunts the dying Patroclus?
- His son's death.
- His brother's death.
- His own death.
- The fall of Ilium.
4. How does Zeus interfere with Hector in this book?
- He fills him with jealousy.
- He fills him with cowardice.
- He fills him with delusion.
- He fills him with confidence.
5. How does Apollo help in Patroclus' death?
- He makes him drop his shield, making it easier for Trygaeus to kill him.
- He stuns him, making it easier for Sarpedon to kill him.
- He wounds him, making it easier for Hector to kill him.
- He fills him with cowardice, making it easier for Paris to kill him.
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