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MonkeyNotes-Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare
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MINOR CHARACTERS

Priam

King of Troy.

Deiphobus

Son of Priam.

Helenus

Son of Priam.

Margarelon

A bastard son of Priam.

Aeneas

A Trojan commander.

Antenor

A commander, who is held in such high regard by the Trojans that they agree to barter Cressida for him.

Calchas

Cressida’s father. A Trojan priest who has deflected to the Greek side.

Menelaus

The king of Sparta who is Agamemnon’s brother and husband of Helen. His cuckolded status makes him the butt of much ridicule.

Patroclus

A Greek commander and close friend of Achilles. He is a great amateur dramatist and Ulysses describes how he (Patroclus) burlesques the Greek leaders for the pleasure of Achilles.


Alexander

Cressida’s servant.

Andromache

Wife of Hector. Fearing the omen presented in her dream on the eve of Hector’s final battle, she attempts to dissuade him from going out to fight, but to no avail.

Cassandra

This daughter of Priam who is a prophetess, attempts to change the course of the War, to make the Trojans see sense and return Helen.

Trojan and Greek soldiers

The ‘crows and daws’ the vast unknown majority whose lives are quite unimportant.

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