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fabian1998

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Read this sentence from the passage: Finally, nothing remained of her except her voice, which from then on repeated, with unerring fidelity, every sound uttered in the hills and dales. Based on these lines of the passage, what is the most likely name of the mountain nymph? Venus Ares Echo Demeter

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    Echo

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    thank you

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