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What is Athena trying to accomplish by saying the following? "Father Zeus—you other happy gods who never die— never let any sceptered king be kind and gentle now, not with all his heart, or set his mind on justice— no, let him be cruel and always practice outrage." (5, 8-11) * She wants to punish mankind forever with tyrant kings. She is manipulating Zeus with irony. If a "just" king, like Odysseus, is punished by the gods, why would any king be just? She is implicating Zeus's unjust ...
Weegy: tyrant kings. She is manipulating Zeus with irony. If a "just" king, like Odysseus, is punished by the gods, why would any king be just? She is implicating Zeus's unjust behavior. [ As king of the gods, he is setting a bad example for mortal kings by ruling poorly. She is defending Odysseus's questionable reign as king of Ithaca by pointing out that lots of kings are tyrants. ] (More)
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What is Athena trying to accomplish by saying the following? "Father Zeus—you other happy gods who never die— never let any sceptered king be kind and gentle now, not with all his heart, or set his mind on justice— no, let him be cruel and always practice outrage."
Weegy: She is manipulating Zeus with irony. If a "just" king, like Odysseus, is punished by the gods, why would any king be just? (More)
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A round character is a complex literary character with fully developed and dynamic traits.
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The critical method that determines whether an author's statement is worthwhile is evaluation.
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Weegy: In 13th Century. User: what did geoffrey chaucer do? Weegy: In 1359, Geoffrey Chaucer was sent to fight in the Hundred Year?s War. In the same year he was taken prisoner near Rheims. In 1360, he was ransomed for ?16 and released. [ It is known that Edward III paid part of the ransom for Chaucer ? so he must have held the squire in some high regard. ] (More)
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Geoffrey Chaucer, known as the Father of English literature, is widely considered the greatest English poet of the Middle Ages and was the first poet to be buried in Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey.
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