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With?
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What is an epic simile? 1) a simile that is about an epic hero 2) a simile that is used exclusively in epic poems 3) a simile that is used to compare two epic heroes 4) a simile that is long and makes detailed comparisons
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anonymous
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4 is the answer an "epic simile" is normally called a "Homeric simile" the word "epic" can sometimes make that word confusing so it's better to say it the other way
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh okay. thank you. can you help me with another?
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If i can I will haha
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Which two of these excerpts from Homer’s Odyssey depict the gods’ involvement in mortal affairs? 1) “But, tell me who thou art? and what thy race? Thy town, thy parents, and thy native place? Or, if a merchant in pursuit of gain, What port received thy vessel from the main? Or comest thou single, or attend thy train?” 2) Then thus Minerva in Laertes' ear: "Son of Arcesius, reverend warrior, hear! Jove and Jove's daughter first implore in prayer, Then, whirling high, discharge thy lance in air." 3) Cylenius now to Pluto's dreary reign Conveys the dead, a lamentable train! The golden wand, that causes sleep to fly, Or in soft slumber seals the wakeful eye, That drives the ghosts to realms of night or day, Points out the long uncomfortable way. 4) Now sat Ulysses at the rural feast The rage of hunger and of thirst repress'd: To watch the foe a trusty spy he sent: A son of Dolius on the message went, Stood in the way, and at a glance beheld The foe approach, embattled on the field.
anonymous
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@Liam_Monge
anonymous
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I believe it is 2 and 4
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thank you
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No problem

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