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malcol5m

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3. 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. 4.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.

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    revealed his true identity to Telemachus and others.

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    Perseus must prepare for his destiny.

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