The emotional tensions in the Iliad's characters also were very interesting. Achilleus' agonyover the death of his friend was so great that he did not eat nor bath until he killed Hektor and he could bury Patroklos' body. Achilleus' rage clashed greatly with Agamemnon's will. Achilleus was so enraged and saddened by his loss he urged that the Achaean soldiers fight without eating or resting. His emotion was so great and powerful Achilleus was able to change the tides of battle with his presence. This focus on these emotions and desire for vengeance was a surprising theme to me.
Architecture school is definitely a strange place. Most of the folks I know at my architect school have some kind of extremely idiosyncratic vision of why they came there in the first place.
The case of Thornley v Land Securities Trillium Ltd  concerned a claim for unfair and constructive dismissal by an employee who alleged that her employer imposed a new job description on her and she contended that her contract of employment was fundamentally breached by such changes to her duties imposed by her employer. The Tribunal upheld this claim.
The employee was originally employed by the BBC as an architect in its construction management department. On or around 12 November 2001, a substantial part of the construction department was transferred to the appellant employer, Thornley, under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 1982.
Following this transfer, the employer announced its plans to restructure the department. This meant that the employee's role would have changed to that of a managerial role from the hands-on architectural work she had previously done. On or around 1 October 2002, the employee attended a meeting where she indicated that she believed her position was being made redundant. She wrote to the employer stating that as a result of the proposed restructuring, her professional expertise was being dissipated and she was becoming de-skilled as an architect. She also stated that her position was being made redundant. On or around 8 December, she again wrote to her employer raising a grievance in respect of the new role, which she claimed was not comparable with the job specification of the role she had when she was transferred to the employer.