. What is the effect of the epic simile in lines 118 131 of the excerpt from the Odyssey, Part II?
Sometimes in farmyards when the cows return well-fed from pasture to the barn, one sees the pens give way before the calves in tumult, breaking through to cluster about their mothers, bumping together bawling.
from the Odyssey, Part 2 [lines 122-126] (1 point)
The effect of the epic simile in lines 118-131 of the excerpt from the Odyssey, Part II is to show how Odysseus's men depended on him.
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