Weegy: 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. [ - Penelope is questioning the validity of her dream of Odysseus's return when the beggar tells her it is true.
] User: Before leaving for the Trojan War, Odysseus had told Penelope to remarry when Telemachus could grow a ... (More)