"Echo chatted with Hera in a lively fashion and did whatever she could to stall the goddess until Zeus and the other nymphs had escaped. Eventually Hera discovered that Echo had been tricking her, and she flew into a rage."
"Henceforth, your voice will be more brief, my dear! You will always have the last word - but never the first."
"... until one sad morning, he felt himself dying. “Goodbye, my love!” he shouted to his reflection."
B, C and D are all negative adjectives suggesting a person's self-importance.
7a: "When Echo first laid eyes up Narcissus, her heart burned like the flame of a torch."
7b & 7c: "Gazing up at him from the pool were eyes like twin stars, framed by hair as golden as Apollo’s and cheeks as smooth as ivory."
The Story of Echo and Narcissus
Extension: Think and Share
9. Tragic heroes usually have admirable qualities that earn them sympathy of the audience, but also have flaws or make mistakes that ultimately lead to their own downfall. Would you consider Narcissus a tragic hero? Why or Why not?
10. If you could talk to Hera, how would you persuade her to forgive Echo and not to punish her?