a person who is strong or accomplishes a great task
a person's weakness
a long journey
being in love with oneself; selfish
a temptation that leads to trouble
something that is not what it seems
the ability to make a lot of money or to have good fortune
something that is very desirable but almost impossible to obtain
Don't trust your enemies.
Use one of the allusions correctly in an original well-written sentence.
Read "Atalanta" on page 119 of the Greek Myths. Explain why a lion's family is called a pride according to this myth.
Read "King Midas" on page 112 of Greek Myths. Explain how King Midas's feelings about his wish changed form the beginning of the story to the end. Use words from the text to help you explain.
There are many allusions to Greek mythology in today's businesses. Why might Nike, Inc. chosen to use the goddess Nike as the name of their company? Is this a good reference and symbol to represent their product? In an essay, explain you answers using evidence from BOTH paragraphs. (Use the RACE strategy.)