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    In Betty Bonham Lies’s retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, how is the narrator’s description of Orpheus’s music an example of hyperbole? The narrator retells old myths about Orpheus’s powers. The narrator exaggerates the effects of Orpheus’s music. The narrator compares Orpheus’s music

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