Roman Heroism

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Book 1, Roman hero can show fear
'a sudden chill went though Aeneas and his limbs grew weak'
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Book 1, Aeneas puts on a brave heart for his men
'we have suffered worse before and this will come to pass'
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Book 1, Roman hero not individualistic
'Aeneas, who loved his men'
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Book 1, Virgil is anti - war
'wars will be laid aside and the years of bitterness will be over'
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Book 4, Aeneas' sacrifices
'He longed to be away and leave behind him the land he had found so sweet'
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Book 4, Stoic ideal
'Aeneas did not move his eyes and struggled to fight down the anguish of his heart'
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Book 4, has to be cruel
'It was never my intention to be deceitful and run away without your knowing'
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Book 4, family
'I see my son Ascanius and think of the wrong I am doing him, cheating him of his kingdom'
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Book 6, reaffirms Aeneas is a hero
'You have paid all that is owed to Deiphobus and too his dead shade'
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Book 6, Anchises
'Your task, Roman, and do not forget it, will be to govern the peoples of the world in your empire'
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Book 7, Virgil
'this is a greater work I now set in motion'
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Book 7, Aeneas
'this is the last hunger we had to endure and it will pit an end to our calamities'
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Book 7, Aeneas
'our race begins with Jupiter
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Book 8, Augustus' image on the shield
'High he stood on the poop of his ship while from his radiant forehead there streamed a double flame and his father's star'
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Book 8, Augustus glorification
'But Caesar was riding into Rome in triple triumph'
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Book 12, Augustus' impact
'the dread Gates of War with their tight fastenings of steel will then be closed'
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Book 12, Aeneas
'sharpening his spirit and rousing himself to anger'
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Book 12, Aeneas hesitating whether to kill Turnus
'he checked his hand, hesitating more and more as the words of Turnus began to move him'
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