Homer, The Iliad
...Achilles’ Rage Achilles, as painted in the ancient Greek legend, is considered as one of the greatest epic hero because of his actions in the Trojan War, especially as depicted in Iliad by Homer. However, while one could be seduced by Achilles’ might, power, and invincibility, it is important not to confuse heroism for uncontrolled power (Homer & De Jong 16). While it is true that he is a masterful and powerful warrior, he does not succeed, as a hero to be idolized or imitated because he does not have restraint, a code of conduct, honorable behavior, and piety. While he has fortitude and courage, he lacks in other ingredients of a great hero like magnanimity, sense of justice, prudence... , or...