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Who is Tiamat? A. the old man who tells the story B. the god of the land C. the mother of the gods who resembles a dragon D. a great warrior who frees the other gods
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The following excerpt from the Odyssey is an example of __________. 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) (More)
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"So they gathered in the early morning as thick as leaves and flowers that spring in their season". This is an example of a SIMILE.
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Circe turns some of Odysseus’ men into __________. A. gods B. pigs C. stone D. cattle
Weegy: In Greek mythology, Circe is a minor goddess of magic (or sometimes a nymph, witch, enchantress or sorceress), described in Homer's Odyssey as "The loveliest of all immortals", living on the island of Aeaea, famous for her part in the adventures of Odysseus. User: Who helps Odysseus survive Circe’s tricks? A. Irus B. Athena C. Hermes D. Teiresias Weegy: C. Hermes was the person who helped Odysseus survive Circe’s tricks. He also helped him to survive life in general. User: How does Odysseus resist Circe’s magic? A. He takes an herb called moly. B. He uses brute force against her witchcraft. C. He uses his wits to trick and confuse her. D. He makes an offering to the gods, and Zeus helps him. (More)
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Circe turns some of Odysseus’ men into pigs.
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Odysseus resists Circe’s magic by taking a herb called moly.
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What do the Sirens symbolize? A. temptation B. hospitality C. lawlessness D. forbidden fruit
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In "The Sirens," who warns Odysseus not to stop on Helios’ island? A. Teiresias B. Circe C. Teiresias and Circe D. Athena and Circe
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Sirens symbolize Temptation.

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