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January 10, 2014


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I thought several scenes were standout, one of which was the death of Hector. The way in which it is choreographed – Hector covered with plastic tarp and the final thrust by Achilles - tells the story. You bring our attention to the television renditions of the tribal actions – of these the ones showing tribal dance – I think from the pueblo culture - added most to the total experience.

The Death of Hektor ... through a tarp, the easy way ... so different from the heroic ideals ...

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