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Zeus sends Hermes to deliver a message to Calypso. A. true B. false
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User: Zeus sends Hermes to deliver a message to Calypso. A. true B. false





Weegy: The answer is a. true
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User: Calypso promises Odysseus that he will become immortal if he remains with her. A. true B. false

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User: With the aid of the sea god, Poseidon, Odysseus is able to escape from Calypso. A. true B. false

Weegy: The answer to that question is B. False
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