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What obstacle divides the lovers, Pyramus and Thisbe? A. Age B. Language C. Parents D. Religion
The obstacle that divides Pyramus and Thisbe is C. PARENTS. They are forbidden by their parents to be wed, because of their parents' rivalry.
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User: What obstacle divides the lovers, Pyramus and Thisbe? A. Age B. Language C. Parents D. Religion

Weegy: The obstacle that divides Pyramus and Thisbe is C. PARENTS. They are forbidden by their parents to be wed, because of their parents' rivalry.
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