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As with the Iliad and Gilgamesh emotion drives certain characters to behave irrationally in the Aeneid

As with the Iliad and Gilgamesh, emotion drives certain characters to behave irrationally in the Aeneid. Which characters in the story are motivated by emotion, and which are not? What are some of the key passages related to emotion? What appears to be the general attitude toward emotionally driven behavior in the poem? What might this suggest about the prevailing Roman attitude toward emotional behavior?

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