Read the excerpt from The Odyssey.
Then, throwing his arms around this marvel of a father Telemachus began to weep. Salt tears rose from the wells of longing in both men, and cries burst from both as keen and fluttering as those of the great taloned hawk, whose nestings farmers take before they fly
Which value is significant to ancient Greek society, as demonstrated by this excerpt?
a. Home b. Family c. Strength d. Glory
Step 11 of 2
The value of family relations is highlighted in the excerpt when the father and son reunite, expressing their affections for one another. Both Odysseus and Telemachus consider their reunion as a meaningful event.
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