anonymous
  • anonymous
Which part of the plot does this portion of the story establish? "Wait till we come to my palace, and I will give you a garden full of prettier flowers than those, all made of pearls, and diamonds, and rubies. Can you guess who I am? They call my name Hades; and I am the king of diamonds and all other precious stones.”
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Possibly Hades introducing himself to Persephone after he takes her below to his kingdom of precious stones and jewels; why I said Persephone? "I will give you a garden full of prettier flowers than those". That is a dead giveaway as to whom Hades is speaking to.

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