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  • one year ago

What inference can the reader make about The Odyssey from the following statement? "Even if Odysseus of Ithaca did arrive in person, to find us well-bred suitors feasting in his halls... . Here on the spot he'd meet a humiliating end if he fought against such odds."

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  1. anonymous
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    these are the answer chooses 1. Odysseus would join the feast and rejoice that he is home among friends. 2.The suitors would kill Odysseus if he tried to remove them from the palace. 3.Telemachus would become king once his father returned to Ithaca. 4.Penelope would choose one of the suitors over her husband, Odysseus, should he return to Ithaca.

  2. anonymous
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    i believe it is 2

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