[First Player:] And never did the Cyclops’ hammers fall On Mars’s armour, forg’d for proof eterne, With less remorse than Pyrrhus’ bleeding sword Now falls on Priam. –Hamlet, William Shakespeare In mythology, the Cyclops are giants who make armor for Mars, the god of war. What does the allusion in this passage suggest about Pyrrhus? A) He is savage and cruel. B) He is as large as a giant. C) He killed Priam with a hammer. D) He acts like the god of war.
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Raj is a good writer.
Explanation: Because it is comparing Raj with Shakespeare. :v
answer: b.he is as large as a giant.
if you look at a picture of a god, you would see exactly how tall it is
b brad feels second best
B.) Brad feels second best.
The reader needs to understand that Robin is Batman's sidekick. Batman is always first and Robin is always second. It's also important to look at Brad's actions in the passage. It says he "sighed and shook his head." This behavior indicates that the allusion is used to show something negative. The answer must be negative, so options A and D are eliminated. Since Robin is second, he feels second best.
C. Raj is a good writer
D. Brad feel's Second Best is your correct answer.
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D. This is because Robin is Batman's sidekick. Batman probably gets credit for everything while Robin is only mildly praised.
the correct answer is:
this is an example of the writer telling through description rather than showing through dialogue.
sometimes writers like to explain explicitely what's happening instead of adding dialogues of the situations., which is the case in this passage,