English- Anyone who has read The Odyssey

What is the effect of the epic simile in lines 118-131 of the excerpt from the Odyssey, Part 3?

Sometimes in farmyards when the cows return well-fed from the pasture to the barn, one sees the pens give way before the calves in tumult, breaking through to cluster about their mothers, bumping together bawling.

from the Odyssey, Part 2 [lines 122-126]

A.) tho criticize the lack of loyalty of Odysseus's men
B.) to reveal Odysseus's hurry to go back and free his men
C.) to show how thoroughly Odysseus's men depended on him

I think it is C..?

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  1. A.) *to* criticize the lack of loyalty of Odysseus's men

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  2. Where are those calves running? To their moms? Away from their moms?

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  3. I am placing my bet on C

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  4. I am 3000% sure that C is the answer.

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  5. ITS A

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  6. Is it A or C

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  7. It's C 10,000%

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  8. Can confirm c

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  9. Its C. I had this question on my test and I got confused.

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  10. C
    B
    C
    1000000000000000000000000000000000000% CORRECT!!!

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  11. Ghnk is wrong!!!! I just did the quiz it's c b b the last I'd chied not chided thank you.

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  12. the real answers for this test is
    C
    B
    B

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  13. Nachelle, Thanks. you are right!!!

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  14. d
    b
    b

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  15. It is indeed
    C. To show how thoroughly odysseus men depende on him
    B. Whom
    B. Chide

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  16. yes!!!
    C
    B
    B
    1`00% CORRECT I PROMISE!!

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  17. ^ the above is correct ^
    (°з°)

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  18. It was
    C.
    B.
    B.
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  19. to show how thoroughly Odysseus's...
    whom
    chide

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  20. It is C i just answered the question and it turned out to be C

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  21. yes the real answers are c, b, b

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  22. C
    B
    B
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  23. Agreed C B B

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  24. cbb is right

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  25. Cut big
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  26. CBB

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  27. CBB = cult big

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  28. IT IS NOT B IT IS C IDK WHAT U GUYS ARE SAYING

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  29. C,B,B is correct!!!💯

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  30. C B B is 100% corect

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  31. C
    B
    B
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  32. it is C B B

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  33. Yess got 100%
    C
    B
    B
    Is correct believe everybody

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  34. C
    B
    B
    100%

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  35. cbb is right yall

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  36. thanks

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  37. i prefer CBT if ya know what i mean

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  38. ^ yes

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  39. this is funny

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  40. CBB :)

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  41. CBB

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  42. lol

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  43. Ya'll mfs irritating the answers are C
    B
    B
    You welcome...

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