anonymous
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Which epic characteristics are found in this excerpt from the Iliad by Homer? epithet epic simile starting in medias res invocation of a muse vast setting
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anonymous
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And now, the warriors passing on the way, The graceful Paris first excused his stay. To whom the noble Hector thus replied: "O chief! in blood, and now in arms, allied! Thy power in war with justice none contest; Known is thy courage, and thy strength confess'd. What pity sloth should seize a soul so brave, Or godlike Paris live a woman's slave! My heart weeps blood at what the Trojans say, And hopes thy deeds shall wipe the stain away. Haste then, in all their glorious labours share, For much they suffer, for thy sake, in war. These ills shall cease, whene'er by Jove's decree We crown the bowl to heaven and liberty: While the proud foe his frustrate triumphs mourns, And Greece indignant through her seas returns.
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triciaal
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sorry I have no clue
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks anyways
anonymous
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@Mr.Z
Mr.Z
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I'm here, everyone calm their breasts. I have arrived. Let me examine the question.
anonymous
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lol xD
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Jack_Prism
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what up
anonymous
  • anonymous
dude could you please help, i really don't get this
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
This one is confusing as a transgender single cell organism.
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
JACK, HALP! xD
anonymous
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epithet- an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality characteristic of the person or thing mentioned.
Jack_Prism
  • Jack_Prism
epithet, vast setting, and invocation of muse
anonymous
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are you sure? @Jack_Prism
Jack_Prism
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yus
anonymous
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ooookkk im trusting you @Jack_Prism
Jack_Prism
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yup
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait can i ask you another question
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
Do not challenge the Ace Detective! He's busy solving crime and saving kittens from burning trees. Call me for grammar, Call Jack for philosophy nonsense.
anonymous
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haha will do @Mr.Z
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which lines in this excerpt from Homer's Iliad contain epithets about Achilles?
anonymous
  • anonymous
To Helen's bed the gods alone assign Hermione, to extend the regal line; . . . A golden distaff gave to Helen's hand; And that rich vase, with living sculpture wrought, . . . He ceased; a gush of grief began to rise: Fast streams a tide from beauteous Helen's eyes; . . . At Helen's beck prepare the room of state; Beneath an ample portico they spread . . . In this suspense bright Helen graced the room; Before her breathed a gale of rich perfume.
anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE TRY YOUR BEST TO GET THE RIGHT ANSWER!
Jack_Prism
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thank you for that mr. z
anonymous
  • anonymous
please help!! i NEED to pass this stupid thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh and you can pick more than one answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
so im guessing there's like two or three answers but i think it's two
Jack_Prism
  • Jack_Prism
what do you think it is
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think one of the answers is C
Jack_Prism
  • Jack_Prism
mhhm
anonymous
  • anonymous
just because it says "he"
anonymous
  • anonymous
and Achilles is a man
anonymous
  • anonymous
you guys don't know, do you?
anonymous
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anonymous
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this is from the odyssey fyi
anonymous
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Yeah I believe C is correct. After reading over and over C makes the most sense when comparing the definition of epithet. So i would go with C and E (aka last one).

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