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23 February, 23:47

Which phrase states a central idea in ""Apollo and Hyacinthus""?

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  1. 24 February, 00:31
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    B. coping with grief and loss

    Explanation:

    The myth of "Apollo and Hyacinthus" is a story of love and loss. The central idea is copying the death of the loved one, wot the bereavement and grief we feel afterward, and sometimes producing something beautiful, artistic and lyrical from it.

    The compositions Apollo promises to make on his lyre and the flower that grew from Hyacinthus' blood are the symbol of the personal and lyrical ways of coping with the death, loss, and tragedy.
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