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15 May, 08:56

Hannah read two transgression myths-myths in which a character violates an important societal rule. In the first myth, the character who commits a transgression is killed by the gods. In the second myth, the character becomes the father of a cursed race of people. Hannah needs to compare and contrast these two myths. She has written that "those who violate the rules will be punished with death." Which of the following is true of this observation?

It applies to the second myth only.

It applies to the first myth only.

It applies to neither myth.

It applies to both myths.

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  1. 15 May, 09:37
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    It applies to the first only.
  2. 15 May, 09:40
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    The correct answer is B. It applies to the first myth only.

    Explanation:

    A myth is a traditional folk story used to explain the origin of a society or any other element on it by a community, most myths involve gods or supernatural creatures and messages or morals about what is considered as right or desirable and what is not. In the case presented, Hannah red two of these folk stories or narratives, in the first myth the transgressor or the character that violates what is being established as accepted is killed by the goods, but in the second myth the character becomes the father of a cursed race of people, this shows in both myths transgression or violation of societal rules leads to a punishment but the punishment is different in each myth. Considering this Hannah's observation "those who violate the rules will be punished with death" do not describe the two myths but only the first myth as in the second myth the character does not die but becomes the father of a cursed race of people which means his punishment is not the death.
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