Iliad Imitation Writing

Part One: Write an imitation of the first 16 lines of Book 1 of Iliad. Choose a movie as your subject (I chose The Jungle Book movie). Remember, you are only introducing that subject in your imitation; you do not need to tell the entire story. Follow the example in the following page.

Original Lines from IliadPurpose of LineYour ImitationThe Jungle book
Rage:Overriding emotion causing conflict (single noun)
Sing, Goddess, Achilles’ rage,Verb, call upon god(s), repeat emotion
Black and murderous, that cost the Greeksfurther description of emotion/conflict
Incalculable pain,pitched countless soulsOf heroes into Hades’ dark,And left their bodies to rot as feastsFor dogs and birds, as Zeus’ will was done.Cause of emotion
Begin with the clash between Agamemnon—plot line where the story begins
The Greek warlord—and godlike Achilles.states initial conflict
Which of the immortals set these twoAt each other’s throats?Apollo,Zeus’ son and Leto’s, offendedBy the warlord Agamemnon had dishonoredChryses, Apollo’s priest, so the godStruck the Greek camp with plague,And the soldiers were dying of it.description of plot elements that caused conflict

Example

Original Lines from IliadPurpose of LineSample Imitation“Finding Nemo”
Rage:Overriding emotion causing conflict (single noun)Love:
Sing, Goddess, Achilles’ rage,Verb, call upon god(s), repeat emotionSing, mermaids, a father’s love,
Black and murderous, that cost the Greeksfurther description of emotion/conflictdeep and strong, that costs a fish everything
Incalculable pain,pitched countless soulsOf heroes into Hades’ dark,And left their bodies to rot as feastsFor dogs and birds, as Zeus’ will was done.Cause of emotionIncredible lossthat drives a parentto search and find,to become a hero
Begin with the clash between Agamemnon—plot line where the story beginsBegin with the disappearance ofNemo–
The Greek warlord—and godlike Achilles.states initial conflictAnd his clownfish father—brave and loyal Marin.
Which of the immortals set these twoAt each other’s throats?Apollo,Zeus’ son and Leto’s, offendedBy the warlord Agamemnon had dishonoredChryses, Apollo’s priest, so the godStruck the Greek camp with plague,And the soldiers were dying of it.description of plot elements that caused conflictWill Marin find his long-lost son?Will Dory remember—anything?He sets on his journeythrough oceans and reefspast seagulls and cities.To find his only son.

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