1.4.4(TST)_Complete.pdf - 1.4.4 Test(TST Monsters and Heroes English IV Sem 1 Points Possible:45 Test Name Amber Astran Date 1 Short-response prompt(15

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1.4.4 Test (TST): Monsters and Heroes Test English IV Sem 1 Points Possible: 45 Name: Amber Astran Date: 1. Short-response prompt (15 points) Text: "In the One-Eyed Giant's Cave" by Homer Describe how Homer develops the Cyclops character throughout the passage. Then analyze how his characterization of the Cyclops affects the way the audience relates to the character. Be sure to use specific details from the text to support your ideas. Homer presents the Cyclops in "The Odyssey" he develops this character as someone violent, wild, and without empathy. The Cyclops is a very strong monster who likes to torture his victims. He lives without any concept of civility, emphasizing violence. Particularly when he feels in danger. The way Homer presents this character can make readers relate to him, even with the lack of humanity he presents. This is because readers can also present moments of wildness with weaker living beings that may present danger.

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