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[A]s lithe as Artemis with her arrows striding down
from a high peak—Taygetus' towering ridge or Erymanthus—
thrilled to race with the wild boar or bounding deer,
and nymphs of the hills race with her,
daughters of Zeus whose shield is storm and thunder,
ranging the hills in sport, and Leto's heart exults
as head shoulders over the rest her daughter rises,
unmistakable—she outshines them all, though all are lovely.
(6, 113-120) *

1. Artemis's precise aim
2. Artemis's fiery disposition
3. Nausicaa's athletic ability
4. Nausicaa's loveliness and grace


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cupcake2d

2 years ago Comment

The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "4. Nausicaa's loveliness and grace." Homer talking about Nausicaa's loveliness and grace. '...thrilled to race with the wild boar or bounding deer,
and nymphs of the hills race with her, daughters of Zeus whose shield is storm and thunder, ...'