anonymous
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What is the meaning of Polyphemus' words in the following lines? “Let him lose all companions, and return under strange sail to bitter days at home.” A. Let Odysseus return home without his companions. B. Odysseus and some of his crew will sail home in a strange type of sailing vessel. C. Let Odysseus return home in a stranger's boat, alone and troubled. D. Curse Odysseus with a difficult journey home. Its not D
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which character trait does Odysseus demonstrate when he lies about his name to the Cyclops? A. ruthlessness B. loyalty C. cleverness D. stubbornness not A so prob C
anonymous
  • anonymous
In "The Red-headed League", which of the following best describes the reactions of the lighthouse men to their situation? A. They all react the same way: with panic and fright. B. Two men remain calm, but the third cracks under the strain. C. An angry argument erupts between two of the men. D. The narrator resents the other characters' behavior. Its not C
anonymous
  • anonymous
If Odysseus had continued to dissemble, he would have: A. revealed his true identity to Telemachus and others. B. forgiven the suitors instead of killing them. C. left Ithaca and kept on traveling. D. lied about why it took him so long to get home. Its not A

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  • anonymous
In "The Odyssey", as Perseus grows up, Danaë allows him to become a fisherman on the little island because: A. Acrisius cannot know where he is. B. Dictys has two sons to help him. C. Zeus has offered no assistance. D. Perseus must prepare for his destiny. not D
anonymous
  • anonymous
@tafkas77
anonymous
  • anonymous
1.) Curse Odysseus with a difficult journey home. 2.) A. ruthlessness 4.) A. revealed his true identity to Telemachus and others. 5.) D. Perseus must prepare for his destiny. i dont knoe 3
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am so sorry! OS wasn't responding. :o Thank you, @somebodys_heartbrake for helping ilene13... However, be careful of giving just the answers. Site mods may suspend you if they see you doing that because it violates the code of conduct. I used to just give the answers before I realized that I was breaking the rules of OpenStudy. Luckily for me, I never got into trouble directly, but I've seen it happen to many others. I don't give just answers anymore. So please be careful, I don't want you to get your account suspended either!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@somebodys_heartbrake i did that becasue i thought they were right too but there wrong?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@tafkas77 Thats okay thank you anyway:) And yeah i've seen people getting in trouble for that too but they usually give you a warning the first time
anonymous
  • anonymous
*Whew!* Thanks. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you agreed with the anwsers that somebody gave?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not all of them.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you tell me what answers you would have done then?
anonymous
  • anonymous
first one i think is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
all of @somebodys_heartbrake were wrong btw

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