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  1. Hercules’ Quest Review

  2. What genre is “Hercules’ Quest?” “Hercules’ Quest” is a myth. It is an imaginative story that tells what people in the past believed. It includes gods and goddesses, and super- natural characters.

  3. From what point of view is “Hercules’ Quest” told? “Hercules’ Quest” is told from a third person point of view. The narrator is not part of the story.

  4. Who is jealous of Zeus’ attention to Hercules? Hera is jealous of the attention that Zeus gives to Hercules, and wants to do him harm. She tried to kill him when he was a baby. She then uses her power to make Hercules do dishonorable things so that he will disappoint Zeus.

  5. What does Zeus do to help Hercules regain his honor? Zeus sends Hercules to serve King Eurystheusand keep the kingdom’s people safe from the dangers that surrounded the kingdom.

  6. What three tasks must Hercules perform for King Eurysthesus? Hercules must kill the Nemean Lion. He must also kill the Hydra. His third task is to get apples from the Garden of the Hesperides, which are guarded by a ferocious dragon.

  7. Why might a task be compared to “killing the Nemean Lion?” A task that seems impossible might be compared to “killing the Nemean Lion.”

  8. In which task did Hercules need to use cleverness? Hercules needed to use cleverness during his third task. He had to get Atlas to take the world back so that Hercules was not stuck holding it forever.

  9. What lesson does “Hercules’ Quest” teach us? “Hercules’ Quest” shows that determination, perseverance, and smart use of resources can help to conquer what might seem to be impossible tasks.

  10. How are “Hercules’ Quest” and “Zomo’s Friends” alike? “Hercules’ Quest” and “Zomo’s Friends” are both fiction. They are both written in third-person. Both Hercules and Zomo must perform three tasks.

  11. Match the adages and proverbs to their meanings: A stitch in time saves nine cross that bridge when you come to it a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush don’t bite off more than you can chew don’t take more responsibility than you can handle don’t worry about something until you need to don’t risk what you already have do things now that will help you later