"Lofty Olympians" is what Eris calls
Where does Eris go "uninvited"?
The line "goddess-strewn lawn" is an example of
What is Eris's "wedding surprise"?
What does the word "commotion" mean in line 19 mean?
Who are "Earth's glorious sons" in the poem?
Which effect do the words "squabble" and "tugging and pulling" NOT have in the poem?
Who are "they who destroy" in the poem?
The poet writes the poem
Which lines most clearly show that the poem is a parody?
What does Eris mean in the lines "...They claim/I'm the foul one!" and describe the tone?
"The gods are hardheaded;/they never learn" means