Homer's Illiad And The Trojan War

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Homer’s Illiad is an adventure nonfiction piece that was meant to convey the tremendous amount of causalities faced during the time of the war. While reading Homer’s Illiad this epic piece connected with life issue in many ways, and was a piece that was very diverse. Of course, with war comes death, but let not death be in vain. In today’s world soldiers have risk their lives’ and many have died due to the battle of the war. The war that changed this nation’s view is the war in Iraq, which was so popular it caused great debate over the world. It was a big war that claimed countless life’s just as the Trojan War did. When comparing the Homer’s Illiad the Trojan War and the war in Iraq, they both show similarities, because their purpose stem …show more content…
Therefore, compared in today’s culture in Iraq, the United States are fighting for oil, and many more benefits for world peace or to rescue important individuals that might be captured. “I lost countless friends; I’ve seen quite a bit of bad stuff over there,” he said. “It’s not about my personal feelings, ‘Did I waste my time,’ or ‘did my buddies die in vain (Breshears par.3). The decision of going to war with your enemy can create various images of unnecessary death. The Homer’s of Illiad is one of the first best books to talk about suffering and loss of war just like the war in Iraq. War is inextricably bound up by human-kind to tell stories about how they defeated and concord the mission, but losing your life to do so is pointless. Loss and suffering have affected many soldiers, and caused great grief to the hearts of the soldiers love one. In addition, to fighting for a task and wanting to restore takes on many years of countless battles against their enemies, which could be done in a different way instead of war. Fighting is leading into killing decrease the population of both parties, therefore families can’t see their love one nor the soldier can’t express what emotional impact one’s family member has made on his or her …show more content…
Military and civilian losses on both sides were estimated at 500,000, with countless others injured. The war ended in a cease-fire with no clear winner-the border between the two countries remained the same. Going to war costs an expensive of amount of cash and can be a lot of economic loss as well. Due to any tragic war there are a great number of losses and injured soldiers. With great battling and skills of winning any war both parties’ cunning ways can be greatly matched. The time and skills put into preparing for a war and going to combat could be produced in a more reasonable way by working the differences out by communicating instead of violence. It takes a leader to see that violence doesn’t solve anything; it only leaves countless amounts of dead bodies. Killing only brings more killing, moreover love and understanding brings about unity. For an example there’s an old saying together we stand, divided we fall, this express all ethnic groups as a whole. Coming together is the only choice in order to increase, but dividing equals only personal gain. In any situation there’s many ways of approaching any problem, therefore talking and working issues out can show the straight path in a dark forest filled with enemies

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