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Question:

Which word best describes the author’s account of Greek mythology?

A idealistic
Explaination

The author describes the high moral lessons learned from Greek mythology and how epics can instill key values in readers. Greek mythology was also rife with sexual encounters and dirty human actions. The author conveys strictly positive characteristics about epics and their utility. Clearly, the author’s account is idealistic. Because the author is neither pessimistic nor doubtful, or dubious. The author does not really criticize Greek mythology; in fact, the author praises it. Also, the author’s account, or description, of Greek mythology is not mysterious; although, the actual mythology may very well be mysterious. Only choice idealistic, captures the sentiment attached to the author’s account of Greek mythology.