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Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. An epithet is an adjective or descriptive term that illustrates a quality or trait of a person or thing. B. An epic simile is a long extended comparison between two unlike things using like or as. C. “Homer is like a blind bard” is an example of an epic simile. D. “Rosy-fingered Dawn” is an example of an epithet.
“Homer is like a blind bard” is an example of an epic simile. -is FALSE.
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User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. An epithet is an adjective or descriptive term that illustrates a quality or trait of a person or thing. B. An epic simile is a long extended comparison between two unlike things using like or as. C. “Homer is like a blind bard” is an example of an epic simile. D. “Rosy-fingered Dawn” is an example of an epithet.







Weegy: “Homer is like a blind bard” is an example of an epic simile. -is FALSE.
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User: Who causes the storm that nearly kills Odysseus while he is on the raft on his way to the island of the Phaeacians? A. Athena B. Ino C. Poseidon D. Zeus

Weegy: Poseidon causes the storm that nearly kills Odysseus while he is on the raft on his way to the island of the Phaeacians.
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