Inside the Walls of Troy - Part 2, Cassandra’s Story: Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

Clemence McLaren
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Cassandra has a vision of her brother Paris and a beautiful blond woman on his boat. The woman is playing a flute. Cassandra has always disliked Paris for his lack of character and selfishness, but she senses a foreboding presence in the dream that swallows up her annoyance and leads her to believe she is seeing a vision. As Cassandra watches, the woman lifts her flute and offers it to her as a gift. The light catches on the flute and turns to flame, and the flute explodes into fire as the woman tosses it directly over Cassandra’s head. Cassandra’s vision changes to the plains in front of the walls of Troy. She is walking among a field full of dead warriors, some of them still alive and writhing. Polyxena, Cassandra’s sister, wakes her up but Cassandra doesn...

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