OVID'S METAMORPHOSES QUESTION:?

im in the ninth grade and these poems are killing me.

why can't he talk properly an straight up?

WHY DOES LYCAON MOCK THE OTHER PEOPLE IN HIS KINGDOM?

WHAT STRATEGEM DOE LYCAON DEVISE TO TRICK JOVE?

COPY A DESCRIPTION OF LYCAON AFTER JOVE'S PUNISHMENT.

HOW DO THE VARIOUS GODS ON MOUNT OLYMPUS FEEL ABOUT JOVE'S IDEA TO DESTORY THE HUMANKIND?

WHY DOES JOVE GO WITH A FLOOD, NOT THUNDER?

--the floood;

do you think it works when jove switches verb tnese

--when does he even change the tenses?

who helps jove ith the business of flooding earth?

how does the old adage, "don't throw out the baby with the bath water" apply to the flood?

can you please explain it so i understnad.

just answer as many as you can

&ill give you the ebst answer D

im so desperate right now.

i hate english D:

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  • 1 decade ago
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    hey...........

    u go 2 townsend harris and have ms. jama cross?

    me too...

    for #1 i put:

    Jove disguises himself as a man while on earth. “So I came down, as a man, from high Olympus, wandered about the world” (page 9)

    #2:

    Lycaon mocked the other people in his kingdom because when they began worshipping Jove but Lycaon thought that the man wasn’t Jove and was going to prove it by trying to kill Jove. “Began to worship, and Lycaon mocked them, laughed at their prayers, and said: ‘Watch me find out whether this fellow is a god or mortal, I can tell quickly, and no doubt about it.’ (page 10)

    #3:

    i'm not relle sure....

    #4:

    " And his arms were legs, amd his robes were shaggy hair,

    Yet he is still Lycaon, the same grayness,

    The same feirce face, the same red eyes, a picture

    Of bestial savagery." (page 10)

    #5:

    The various gods on Mount Olympus feel differently about Jove's idea to destroy humankind. ome of the gods approve and others sat silently and grieved about the loss of humankind. " Part of them approved with words and added fuel to his anger, and part approved silence, and yet all were grieving at the loss of humankind." ( page 10)

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