3. What impact does the figurative language used to describe
Echo’s love for Narcissus in paragraph 3 have on the overall meaning
of the text?
s.” And while he
ked breast, all
the stream the
wax, or as the
away, by love
-m now mingled
y loved may
O A The text describes Echo as burning, being inflamed with her love for
Narcissus, this contributes to the myth’s meaning about consuming
and dangerous love.
OB The text describes Echo’s love as draining, like water being sucked
from the earth; this contributes to the message warning against
red with her
st, “Ah, youth
O C The text describes Echo’s love as shallow, like the waters of a
spring; this contribute to the text’s meaning regarding beauty and
D The text describes Echo’s love as painful, even before she is
rejected; this contributes to the myth’s meaning about tragic love.
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