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lacey-xox

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I need help with a few questions from Odyssey poem. Lines will be written as a reply!(: 1. Lines 439, 642, and 675 all have examples of which poetic device? A. simile B. metaphor C. allusion D. stanza 2. Lines 548, 574, and 593 all have examples of which poetic device? A. simile B. oxymoron C. metaphor D. alliteration 3. Compare Odysseus' trait of pride to that of another person's pride, be it a fictional character or real-life person.

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  1. lacey-xox
    • 2 years ago
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    Line 439: By some means fall from thence, and Pallas now Line 642: Then came the even, and he came from the feast Line 675: Way for the man's flesh thou hast eat, and show Line 548: Flow'd freshly forth; and, mad, he hurl'd the wood Line 574: No stratagem to 'scape his gross surprise. Line 593: Bleating and braying, their full bags so sore

  2. Agent_Sniffles
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    1) c or d 2) d

  3. Boblankin
    • 2 years ago
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    1)An allusion is a reference to a real life idea, such as Romeo and Juliet. If Pallas, feast, and man's flesh refers to something in real life, it is C. You should read around those lines to pick up any other references to see if it is correct. Otherwise it's D, because A and B doesn't make sense. 2) F F F, S S S, B B B.

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