What feelings and moods does Aeschylus convey? What words and phrases does he use for this?

Aeschylus conveys the feeling of awe of the warriors before the battle, their mood for battle: “striving bravely into battle”, “the whole fleet was in a hurry”, “Forward, sons of Hellas!”

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