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How does presenting this story as a poem rather than a myth affect the message? a. the poem is clearer and easier to understand than the myth. b. the myth presents persephone more sympathetically than the poem. c. the poem allows the reader to empathize with persephone more than the myth does. d. it doesn’t make any difference to the message at all.
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I believe the answer is: c. The poem allows the reader to empathize with Persephone more than the myth does
Myth suggests that there is no proof that the incident ever took place, leading people to believe that the story is a work of fiction. Presented as a poem, people are more likely to believe the story to be true, making it easier for them to empathize with the character.