One Response to “A profile on the character of Polyxena”

  1. A profile on the character of Polyxena (via Polyxena’s Blog) | The Drawing Lesson's Blog Says:

    […] Polyxena is young and precocious (for most of the novel she is seventeen; she turns eighteen about a month before Troy falls) and has the flaws and vulnerabilities that come with her youthfulness.  She is not perfect and concedes in her opening paragraph that she is not the most beautiful of Priam's daughters (she is the second most beautiful).  She has her likes and dislikes and she makes mistakes, most notably in ignoring her sister, Cassandra' … Read More […]

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