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Q: What occurs when Odysseus reveals himself to Telemachus? A. Telemachus confuses him with the swineherd. B. Telemachus thinks only a god could make such a transformation. C. Telemachus accuses him of
abandoning his mother. D. Telemachus asks for proof that Odysseus is his father.
A: B. Telemachus thinks only a god could make such a transformation.
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User: What occurs when Odysseus reveals himself to Telemachus? A. Telemachus confuses him with the swineherd. B. Telemachus thinks only a god could make such a transformation. C. Telemachus accuses him of abandoning his mother. D. Telemachus asks for proof that Odysseus is his father.

Weegy: B. Telemachus thinks only a god could make such a transformation.
ellatroy|Points 75|

User: What does the epithet “the constant Penelope” indicate about her character? A. It illustrates her cleverness and wit. B. It illustrates her nobility. C. It illustrates her loyalty and devotion to Odysseus. D. It illustrates her disgust and contempt for the suitors.

Weegy: The epithet ?the constant Penelope? indicates C. It illustrates her loyalty and devotion to Odysseus.
may100|Points 2588|

User: Who are the two most evil suitors who lead the others in their greed? A. Melanthius and Alcinous B. Irus and Eumaeus C. Antinous and Eurymachus D. Melantho and Eurycleia

Weegy: Who are the two most evil suitors who lead the others in their greed?C. Antinous and Eurymachus
Tachek|Points 140|

User: Which of the following is ironic? A. In Ancient Greece, even beggars were treated with hospitality. B. The suitors invaded Odysseus' home while he was away. C. Athena, in disguise, urges Telemachus to return to Ithaca. D. The king of Ithaca becomes a beggar in his own home.

Weegy: D. The king of Ithaca becomes a beggar in his own home is ironic
selymi|Points 10927|

User: Which of the following events is an example of dramatic irony? A. Athena provides Odysseus with new clothes and a younger appearance. B. Telemachus returns to Ithaca unharmed. C. Eumaeus is sent to tell Penelope about her son’s safe return. D. Telemachus meets the beggar and does not know that the stranger is his father.

Weegy: D. Telemachus does not recognize that the stranger is his father. This is dramatic irony. This type of irony is when the audience know something that the characters do not. [ In this case we know the stranger is Telemachus's father when he does not. 2 years ago ]
reynaldo009|Points 272|

User: Which of the following epithets does Homer use for Penelope? A. wise B. fair-tressed C. grey-eyed D. seed of Zeus

Weegy: B. fair-tressed is the following epithets does Homer use for Penelope.
hachiko37|Points 0|

User: What does Penelope’s treatment of Odysseus the beggar indicate about her character? A. She is self-involved and selfish. B. She is cruel and arrogant. C. She is noble and virtuous. D. She is deceptive and sneaky.

Weegy: What does Penelope s treatment of Odysseus the beggar indicate about her character? Answer: C. She is noble and virtuous.
livearchos|Points 60|

User: How is the beggar Odysseus treated by the suitors? A. He is permitted into the dining hall, but is not allowed to have any food or drink. B. He is laughed at, ridiculed, and abused. C. He is welcomed in and treated with kindness and respect. D. Some suitors treat him very well while others treat him badly.

Weegy: C. He is welcomed in and treated with kindness and respect.
cliffclw|Points 70|

User: Read the following passage and answer the question that follows. Here Odysseus has just defeated Irus in the fight to entertain the suitors. Now the wooers went within laughing sweetly, and greeted him, saying: “May Zeus, stranger, and all the other deathless gods give thee thy dearest wish, even all thy heart’s desire, seeing that thou hast made that insatiate one to cease from his begging in the land!” So they spake, and goodly Odysseus rejoiced in the omen of the words. Why does Odysseus rejoice “in the omen of the words”? A. He rejoices because he has finally stopped Irus from begging in Ithaca. B. He rejoices because the suitors granted him a wish. C. He rejoices because his desire is to seek vengeance upon the suitors. D. He rejoices because he wants to gain the respect of the suitors.

Weegy: Odysseus rejoice In the Omen of thw words because C. He rejoices because his desire is to seek vengeance upon the suitors.
hersheys|Points 275|

User: Homer’s portrayal of the suitors in the banquet hall suggests __________. A. the suitors are courteous and humble B. the suitors are quiet and solemn C. the suitors are gluttonous and overindulgent D. the suitors are sneaky and clever

Weegy: Homer’s portrayal of the suitors in the banquet hall suggests C. the suitors are gluttonous and overindulgent.
Expert answered|Onyhon|Points 154|

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