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1. Explain why the Oreads are surprised by the pool’s reaction to Narcissus’s death in “The Disciple”?

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2. This question has two parts. First, answer Part A. Then, answer Part B. Part A What is the central idea of “The Disciple”?
A. When we spend a lot of time with someone, we may not remember to show appreciation for that person.
B. When we focus too much on ourselves, we may not be aware of the other people around us.
C. When major change happens in life, we should be open to new opportunities.
D. When facing new challenges, we should be kind to those around us
Part B Select the sentence from the passage that best supports the answer in Part A.
A. “… his pleasure changed from a cup of sweet waters into a cup of salt tears….” (Paragraph 4)
B. “….. the Oreads came weeping through the woodland that they might sing to the pool and give it comfort.” (Paragraph 4)
C. “ We do not wonder what you should mourn in this manner of Narcissus, so beautiful was he.” (Paragraph 5)
D. “But was Narcissus beautiful?’ said the pool.” (Paragraph 6)
MY ANSWERS:
1 I don't understand it
2 c
part 2 a

could ms. sue ore somebody check my answers?

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