The Question and Answer section for Iliad is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Achilles' transformation is the true climax of the Iliad. Finally, there is an end to his rage. Looking on Priam, Achilles is able to make the great leap of empathy. He sees his own father in the old king, and he suddenly understands the anguish...
Evaluate homers use of simile and metaphor .what about his poetry?diction,or structure would be particularly appealing to the Greek audience of his time? How does he weave irony and poetic justice into his tale?
Sorry, this is only a short answer space. Your question needs a lot of detail.
This is only a short answer space. I can give you a brief answer. The tone is generally oninous and dire. There is a always an epic sense action and drama. The Gods bicker and take sides which can be a little humorous.