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In the Ovid, when Mercury tells Argos the story of Pan and Syrinx, Argos: lets him sleep with lo b. counters with a better story c. praises his skill...

In the Ovid, when Mercury tells Argos the story of Pan and Syrinx, Argos:

a. lets him sleep with lo

b. counters with a better story

c. praises his skill

d. get bored and falls asleep

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d. get bored and falls asleep Explanation In the Ovid poem, when Mercury (Hermes) tells... View the full answer

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