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Why does Alexander Pope use the style and narrative form of epics to describe a relatively insignificant incident in “The Rape of the Lock”?

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    a-to mock the epic form, which was popular among the upper class b-to mock society for attaching too much importance to trivial things c-to mock the foolish acts committed by young gentlemen in love d-to mock the vanity and pride of upper-class young women like Belinda

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