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For what does Agamemnon congratulate Odysseus after hearing Aphimedon's story? his cunning his wife his strength his endurance
Weegy: 1.his cunning User: One suitor consistently convinces the other suitors to put off killing Telemachus. Who is it? Antinous Amphinomus Eurymachus Leodes Weegy: 2.Amphinomus User: Who says the following and why? "I say he's right at hand—and may some power save you, spirit you home before you meet him face-to-face the moment he returns to native ground! Once under his own roof, he and your friends, believe you me, won't part till blood has flowed." * Disguised Odysseus is warning Amphinomus to leave. Theoclymenus is foretelling the death of the suitors. Eurymachus is warning the suitors that Odysseus will return. Telemachus is warning Antinous not to cross him. Weegy: Disguised Odysseus is warning Amphinomus to leave. User: Who says the following and why? "[D]reams are hard to unravel, wayward, drifting things— not all we glimpse in them will come to pass . . . Two gates there are for our evanescent dreams, one is made of ivory, the other made of horn. * Eurymachus is trying to convince Penelope to disregard her dream of Odysseus's return. Penelope is questioning the validity of her dream of Odysseus's return when the beggar tells her it is true. Eurycleia is telling Penelope not to get her hopes up from her dream. Odysseus is telling Penelope that her dream is from the gates of horn and therefore true. Weegy: Penelope in The Perils of Interpretation said that quote. [ Penelope's response to the beggar is this: "Ah my friend, seasoned Penelope dissented, Dreams are hard to unravel, wayward, drifting things- Not all we glimpse in them will come to pass Two gates there are for our evanescent dreams, One is made of ivory, the other made of horn." Hope this helps. ] User: Why don't the suitors want the beggar to try the bow? They are afraid he will kill them. They do not want him to marry Penelope. They do not want him to break it. They are worried about their reputations. Question #23MultipleChoice Score: How does the bard ... (More)
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Each note card expresses ________ idea(s). a.as many as the researcher b.only one c.not more than two
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Each note card expresses only one idea.
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What does cacophony mean?
Weegy: Cacophony is the use of harsh or discordant sounds in literary composition, as for poetic effect. (More)
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