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Agamemnon is wounded in the battle and, despite the heroics of Ajax, Hector successfully breaches the fortified Greek camp, wounding langston Hughes The Negro Speaks Rivers Odysseus and Diomedes in the process, and threatens to set the Greek ships on fire. The gods fight among themselves. New York Journal of Books. As the first-born son of King. Durham: Duke University Press.