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Echo and Narcissus . Theme A truth about life that we discover while reading . . People judge others by their looks alone. Vain, self-centered people are often not kind to others. . Vocabulary Strategy. Look for the definition of a word within the sentence after a comma.

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Theme

A truth about life that we discover

while reading .

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People judge others by their looks alone.

  • Vain, self-centered people are often not kind to others.
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Vocabulary Strategy

Look for the definition of a word within the sentence after a comma.

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Up on the wild, lonely mountains of Greece lived the Oreades, the nymphs or fairies of the hills, and among them one of the most beautiful was called Echo. She was one of the most talkative, too, and once she talked too much and angered Hera, wife of Zeus, king of the gods.

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When Zeus grew tired of the golden halls of Mount Olympus, the home of the immortal gods, he would come down to earth and wander with the nymphs on the mountains. Hera, however, was jealous and often came to see what he was doing. It seemed strange at first that she always met Echo, and that Echo kept her listening for hours on end to her stories and her gossip.

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After you Read 294

  • Respond to the Reading Check questions a-e using complete sentences.
  • Please answer interrogatives 1 and 4 using complete sentences. Be sure to use your academic language such as myth, theme, and revealed.
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