What Is the Climax of the Iliad?

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The Iliad is a complex poem by Homer with many twists and turns. The main character, who declares the future, fails to predict the fall of Troy building up to the climax of the story. It occurs when Achilles fight with the Trojan army results in the destruction of the city of Troy.
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