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Which of the following statements about Odysseus’ raft journey to Phaeacia is FALSE? A. When Odysseus is being tossed about in the sea, he first thinks it is Zeus who is trying to kill him. B.
While on the raft, Odysseus curses Poseidon for making the journey to Phaeacia too slow, and this is why Poseidon is angry with him. C. Odysseus prays to Poseidon for forgiveness, and Poseidon eventually calms the storm he created to kill Odysseus. D. Without Athena’s help, Odysseus would not have survived the wrath of Poseidon, despite Zeus’ orders.
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User: Alcinous is __________. A. the king of Ithaca B. the king of Phaeacia C. the king of the lotus-eaters D. the king of the Cicones

User: Which of the following statements about Odysseus’ raft journey to Phaeacia is FALSE? A. When Odysseus is being tossed about in the sea, he first thinks it is Zeus who is trying to kill him. B. While on the raft, Odysseus curses Poseidon for making the journey to Phaeacia too slow, and this is why Poseidon is angry with him. C. Odysseus prays to Poseidon for forgiveness, and Poseidon eventually calms the storm he created to kill Odysseus. D. Without Athena’s help, Odysseus would not have survived the wrath of Poseidon, despite Zeus’ orders.

Weegy: A. When Odysseus is being tossed about in the sea, he first thinks it is Zeus who is trying to kill him.
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User: So they gathered in the early morning as thick as leaves and flowers that spring in their season - A. an epithet B. a flashback C. a simile D. a metaphor

Weegy: The following excerpt from the Odyssey is an example of D. a metaphor. (So they gathered in the early morning as thick as leaves and flowers that spring in their season)
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